Microsoft has today made available a set of tools that allow developers to get started building apps for the Windows 10 Universal App platform.
The company has made available the tools, alongside sample code for universal apps. This means developers can start building apps that work across desktop, tablet, Xbox, embedded and mobile devices using a single codebase.
Windows 10 is due to be released this coming summer, so Microsoft is giving developers time to update their apps and build new ones that take advantage of the universal app platform.
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