Microsoft Releases Windows Phone App Studio

Wednesday Aug 7th 2013 by Developer.com Staff
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The free beta tool is designed to spur the development of Windows Phone apps.

As part of its ongoing efforts to encourage developers to make Windows Phone apps, Microsoft has released a free beta tool called Windows Phone App Studio. Geared for hobbyists or newbie developers, the tool is basically a wizard that relies on pre-made templates to create an app. The tool handles the coding and backend. Once they have created an app, developers can see how it looks on a Windows Phone device and upload it to the Windows Phone Marketplace if they choose.

In addition, Microsoft has also put its mobile developer center registration on sale. Through August 26, a subscription costs just $19.

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