Microsoft offers more details on how to convert web apps to Windows 10 apps
With the launch of Windows 10 now less than a month away, Microsoft is offering more information on how developers who create apps for other platforms can convert them to work natively on the company's new OS. One of those efforts has the code name 'Project Westminster" and is Microsoft's way of giving developers of web-based apps a channel to convert content to Windows 10.
In a highly technical blog post, Microsoft talks about how those developers can turn those web apps into ones that work inside Windows 10:
Developers can also offers those apps to Windows 10 users directly with Microsoft's new Windows Store:
Microsoft says that web app developers should be able to reuse their code so that their Windows 10 app version can be access on other devices like smartphones with Windows 10 Mobile, the Xbox One, HoloLens, and Surface Hub.
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