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Microsoft is killing the tool that let almost anyone build a Windows 10 app

Microsoft announced on Friday that the software giant is killing the Windows App Studio. The tool, for those unfamiliar, allowed almost anyone to build a Windows 10 app within minutes. The tool lets users use different data sources such as Facebook, Twitter, and all the other APIs created by the community. Windows App Studio was […] Read More: Microsoft is killing the tool that let almos
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