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Official Windows 10 Fall Creators Update SDK Released

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At the Windows Developer Day in London, Microsoft announced the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update SDK for developers. This SDK (ver. 10.0.16299.15) will deliver thousands of new capabilities and improvements to realize and build the application for nearly 500M monthly active Windows 10 users. Developer can: Create inspiring experiences using the next

Microsoft releases Windows 10 Creators Update SDK, download now

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Microsoft has released the Windows 10 Creators Update SDK. The SDK is now available for download and developers can get it right now and start building amazing apps that take advantage of new platform capabilities to deliver new experiences to users. The new SDK for Creators Update contains numerous updates and improvements

Windows 10 Creators Update SDK Preview Build 15052 Released

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Microsoft has released Windows 10 Creators Update SDK Preview Build 15052 for the developers. The release is made in conjunction with the Windows 10 Insider Build 15052 or later and contains bug fixes and under development changes to the API surface area. What’s New No API changes have occurred since build

Windows 10 SDK Preview Build 15042 Released

Windows 10 Creators Update

Microsoft has released a new Windows 10 Creators Update SDK Preview—Build 15042. This Preview SDK Build 15042 contains some new features and known issues. It is recommended not to install it on a production environment since it is a pre-released software and only install the SDK on your test machine. This SDK only

GameAnalytics releases SDK for the Universal Windows Platform

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GameAnalytics is a powerful tool (SDK) that helps developers understand players and make better games. It keep a watch on the player behavior and in turn helps developers improve engagement, reduce churn and increase monetization. Reach more players with less code: the GameAnalytics SDK for Microsoft UWP is here! ? https://t.co/iSI4hqXJ99 #GameDev #IndieDev

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