Microsoft has rolled out Project Rome as a preview release for iOS. Through the SDK, the company aims to bridge the "experience gap" across multiple platforms and devices, regardless of form factor.
Google has introduced the developer preview version of its Assistant SDK. By utilizing it, developers can build their own hardware integrated with Google Assistant, expanding the company's ecosystem.
Microsoft today released the Windows 10 Creators Update for PCs, so naturally, the company is also offering the corresponding software development kit (SDK) to developers for free.
Microsoft has updated the Project Rome SDK for Android, introducing support for app services which will allow Android and Windows devices to seamlessly communicate with each other.
Following the release of Windows 10 Insider Preview build 15063 to PCs and phones on the Fast ring yesterday, both the SDK and the Mobile Emulator for Visual Studio were leaked online.
Microsoft has taken another step towards the upcoming rollout of the Windows 10 Creators Update with the release of its latest SDK Preview, two weeks after the last one was made available.
Keeping in view Google Analytics' importance for developers as a means to provide insights for apps and websites, Microsoft has announced an SDK so Windows developers can utilize the services as well.
Microsoft has released the Android version of the 'Project Rome' SDK. The platform aims to minimize the "experience gap" for consumers who use the same apps on Android and Windows devices.
Microsoft today released its latest Windows 10 SDK Preview build, which is 15003, despite that number not being an actual public Windows 10 Insider Preview build. Users will need 15007.
Microsoft has released a new Windows 10 SDK Preview for the Creators Update. You'll need to be using Windows 10 build 14965 or later, along with the new Visual Studio 2017 Release Candidate.
Vuforia's latest SDK supports Microsoft's HoloLens and imbues the device with the power to recognize real world objects and surface information, schematics, and suggestions based on what it sees.
The Windows Store is now accepting submissions of apps for PC, phone and HoloLens targeting the Windows 10 Anniversary Update SDK; and beginning the process of accepting apps using its Desktop Bridge.
Coinciding with its release of the Windows 10 Anniversary Update for PCs today, Microsoft has also announced availability of its new SDK, with over 2700 enhancements to the Universal Windows Platform.
The latest SDK Preview for the Windows 10 Anniversary Update is now available, and includes a welcome fix to allow the Desktop App Converter Preview (Project Centennial) to run properly.
Microsoft has announced that its new SDK Preview, build 14332, for the Windows 10 Anniversary Update is now available - but there are a few things you should be aware of before you install it.
Mobilize.Net has announced the availability of a software development bridge that enables developers to port their existing Windows Phone 8.1 Silverlight apps to the Windows 10 UAP.
Microsoft has shared details of its updated Band SDK, which includes support for new features and sensors in the Band 2, along with the full release of Web Tiles for both the new and older models.
In the recently released Windows 10 Preview SDK build 10563, Microsoft has also included Windows 10 Mobile emulators that show hints of what to expect in upcoming builds for Insiders.
A day after rolling out Windows 10 Insider Preview build 10565 for PCs, Microsoft has released SDK Preview build 10563, including the corresponding Windows 10 Mobile emulators.
Apple has finally announced its new TV box. Currently devoid of the company's own streaming service, it aims to attract developers with new SDKs, the App Store, integration with Siri and a new remote.
Microsoft is releasing a Windows SDK for Facebook today, allowing developers to natively integrate Facebook into their Universal Apps, both on the desktop and the phone.
Microsoft is releasing some new and updated tools for its Band today. Developers will now finally be able to access some of the data that the Band has been tracking since it launched.
Microsoft has released a new SDK build for developers, Windows 10 SDK build 10158. The new Windows build and SDK come a month before the release of the retail version.
If you are developing a Windows 10 app and have been using the SDK, Microsoft is about to start pushing out builds of the SDK at a higher frequency starting this month for Insiders.
Microsoft has released the complete SDK for the Microsoft Band fitness tracker which can utilize the wearable to its full potential on multiple platforms, including Android, iOS and Windows Phone.
Microsoft has announced four new SDKs that will make bringing Android, iOS, .NET and web apps to the Windows Store a much easier process - and they will be available in the very near future.
Samsung has hinted at a future launch of a new version of its Gear smartwatch this Friday. It also plans to release an SDK for developers to create new apps for the upcoming wearable.
Microsoft has released the Windows 10 developer tools that will help programmers build applications that take advantage of the platforms new features like Cortana and Action center.
If you own a Microsoft Band, it looks like there are two new tiles headed to your device after the features were uncovered in the SDK that was released earlier today.
Microsoft had a few rough days with the Lizard Squad attacks on its Xbox Live service; it now looks like they will enter 2015 with yet another problem, the leak of the Xbox One SDK.
Apple is destined to have a big week, not least because of the imminent arrival of the iPhone 6, but with the added addition of its own wearable device(s) in the form of the oft-rumoured iWatch.
A set of icons uncovered in the recently leaked Windows Phone 8.1 SDK alludes to the capabilities of the Cortana voice-controlled assistant, along with hints pointing to other OS features.
A Senior Producer at developer Rebellion says that Microsoft's Xbox One will get an improved SDK that should allow third parties to make games that run at 1080p on the console.
A new report claims Microsoft has begun to send invites to some developers to access the SDK for Windows Phone 8.1, ahead of what will likely be its official reveal in early April at BUILD 2014.
Microsoft has released the latest version, 1.8, of its Kinect for Windows SDK, adding in new features such as a way to use two Kinect sensors at the same time to make a 3D model and more.
Google claims to still be working on an AdMob SDK that wil work with Windows Phone 8 apps, but so far the company has yet to release any information on the SDK despite several months of waiting.
Microsoft has released the newest SDK, version 1.7, for its Kinect for Windows developers, which adds the much anticipated Kinect Fusion 3D modeling functionality and other useful features.
Micorsoft has released a new SDK for Windows Phone 8 app developers who want to add SkyDrive features to their apps, along with a SkyDrive SDK for .NET applications.
A new rumor claims that Sony has shipped a new hardware SDK of the still unconfirmed Playstation 4 game console, with a PC case an a version of AMD's A10 processor inside.
After failing to deliver it during the summer as promised, and then limiting access only to certain developers, Microsoft's new Windows Phone SDK is now finally available for all to download.
Rumor has it that Microsoft has released a Release Candidate of the Windows Phone 8 SDK to select developers, with a public release still expected at the launch on October 29th
Microsoft has officially launched two SDK packages for Windows 8 app makers for integrating Bing Maps features in their upcoming Windows 8 "Modern" app products.
The Windows Phone 8 SDK will be available in a limited form to already published developers who apply for it on September 12.
A bit of speculation is pegging September 7th as the day that Microsoft will release the Windows Phone 8 SDK and while the information is based on speculation, it does have some hard facts behind it.
A person that claims to have a hardware SDK for the next version of Microsoft's Xbox game console is attempting to sell the hardware, with the code name Durango, on eBay.
A person has tried to sell what he claims is a real hardware SDK for the next version of Microsoft's Xbox game console, code name Durango, on a small developer forum for $10.000.
After the leak of the SDK became available yesterday, people have been pulling it apart to find new features that we can expect from it. Now we can reveal some IE10 enhancements for WP8
Today's Internet leak of the Windows Phone 8 SDK has put the spotlight of a number of newly revealed features for the next version of Microsoft's mobile operating system.
Microsoft's upcoming software development kit (SDK) for Windows Phone 8 has leaked out ahead of schedule and is now making its way around the web; make the jump to learn more.
Qualcomm is releasing a software development kit for developers looking to support its Snapdragon processor line. The company will expand the SDK to support more of the Snapdragon line over time.