Microsoft is shutting down one of its Windows application building tool - Techies Updates

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Tuesday, July 4, 2017

Microsoft is shutting down one of its Windows application building tool

Engineers utilizing Windows App Studio should move to the new Windows Template Studio.


Microsoft is closing down Windows App Studio application building device and asking engineers to move to the more up to date Windows Template Studio. 

Microsoft propelled Windows App Studio in 2013 to enable fledgling engineers to make Windows Phone applications by means of a progression of online formats. The apparatus was somewhat intended to help fill the void of applications for Microsoft's juvenile versatile stage, yet was later extended to give anybody a chance to make applications for Windows 10 too under the widespread Windows application system. 

Windows Template Studio, which is free and open source, is a "development" of Windows App Studio, as indicated by Microsoft. 

"We took our learnings from the code era motor and the current wizard to give a solid establishment to our code era and engineer involvement in Windows Template Studio," said Microsoft's Windows Apps Team. 

It's a Visual Studio 2017 augmentation which means to help designers rapidly make Universal Windows applications through a wizard-based UI to direct the advancement procedure. Microsoft propelled Windows Template Studio in May. 

Microsoft eliminating the program in stages starting on July 15, when just existing clients can sign in and download ventures. On September 15 the application editorial manager will quit working. It will then close down Windows App Studio on December 1, so designers need to download any undertakings before that date.

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