As was promised at last year's Build 2018 developer conference, Microsoft has updated its developer agreement to offer devs up to 95% revenue share from purchase made from deep links.
After announcing the second Windows Developer Awards in December, Microsoft finally revealed to the public who had won the six awards that were up for grabs at its annual BUILD conference.
Microsoft released a Build build today at its 2018 developer conference. Windows 10 build 17666 includes lots of new features, but also a list of fixes, improvements, and known issues.
At Microsoft's Build 2018 conference today, the company released a new Windows 10 Insider Preview to the Fast ring, bringing the build number to 17666. It contains lots of new features.
At Microsoft's Build 2018 developer conference today, the company outlined what's included in the next stage of its Fluent Design System, which is meant to provide an experience across devices.
In the next feature update to Windows 10, Microsoft is going to allow users to download Progressive Web Apps from directly within the Edge browser, with a button in the URL textbox.
At Microsoft's Build 2018 developer conference today, the company announced that the Ubuntu app in the Microsoft Store will soon support Windows 10 on ARM PCs, rather than only x64 devices.
Today, Microsoft announced that it's released an ARM64 SDK in the latest Visual Studio preview, version 15.8. The SDK not only supports UWP apps, but developers can recompile their Win32 apps for ARM.
At day two of Microsoft's Build conference, Shilpa Ranganathan talked about the new features coming to Microsoft Launcher, Microsoft Edge, and the Your Phone app to bring content across mobile and PC.
At Microsoft's Build 2018 day two keynote today, Joe Belfiore showed off some new Sets and Timeline features that will be coming in the next Windows 10 Redstone 5 Insider Preview build.
At Microsoft's Build 2018 developer conference today, the Windows Insider team announced that it will service Slow ring builds with Redstone 5, allowing the ring to see builds more frequently.
Announced almost a year ago, Microsoft today finally demoed Cortana and Alexa integration onstage at its Build 2018 developer conference today. The feature is still in a limited beta.
Speaking at the BUILD conference today, Satya Nadella called for an intergovernmental privacy framework. He called the EU's GDPR, and the U.S.' CLOUD Act good starting points, but wants to see more.
Microsoft pre-emptively upped the ante this week, with an update coming later this year which increases the share which is paid to developers who target its Windows 10 platform and devices.
Build 2018 is a developer conference, so of course, Microsoft had some news to share about Visual Studio, including a new feature called IntelliCode and another that's called Live Share.
Microsoft announced at its Build 2018 developer conference that it's bringing Adaptive Cards to Microsoft 365, which will allow developers to offer interactive content in notifications from apps.
Microsoft announced two new apps for firstline workers today at its Build 2018 developer conference, called Layout and Remote Assist. They were demoed with mixed reality capabilities.
Microsoft announced a number of features and products for AI and the intelligent edge today at its Build 2018 conference keynote, such as Project Kinect for Azure, and the Speech Devices SDK.
Today, Microsoft announced the AI for Accessibility program, a $25 million five-year program that aims to give developers AI tools to create new, accessible solutions for people with disabilities.
Today, Microsoft announced the Your Phone app, a UWP app that allows for content such as messages, notifications, photos, and more to be seamlessly shared with your Windows 10 device.
Microsoft today announced that Windows 10's Timeline feature is coming to its Launcher app on Android, and it's available today in Edge for iOS. It's coming soon to Edge for Android.
This past week has been an active one for Microsoft, with the April 2018 Update finally being made available, as well as some interesting gaming and business news. It's all here in our handy guide.
Microsoft today re-released its Build apps on iOS and Android, updating them with the schedule for the 2018 developer conference. Unfortunately, the Windows 10 application hasn't been updated yet.
Microsoft has published the full list of sessions for its upcoming Build 2018 developer conference. The mobile apps haven't been updated, but you can start building your schedule now.
So far, the only sessions that Microsoft has published for its Build 2018 developer conference are a select few. Now, the company has updated its site to say that the full schedule is coming soon.
Last year saw the very first Windows Developer Awards at BUILD, and this year the finalists have been chosen in five categories and are awaiting your vote, you just need a Microsoft ID to take part.
Microsoft confirmed today that it will be holding its Build 2018 developer conference between May 7 and May 9 in Seattle, and registration for the event will start on February 15th.
According to a tweet by leakster WalkingCat, Microsoft will be holding its Build 2018 developer conference from May 7 through May 9 in Seattle, kicking it off just a day before Google I/O.
Microsoft has opened up the Windows Developer Awards which will be presented to the winners in 2018. The contest is open to new nominations until March 8th. You need a Microsoft account to vote.