Microsoft invites Android developers to try out Project Astoria

Microsoft has today revealed support for the easy porting of Android apps to Windows 10.

“Project Astoria” (also referred to as “Project A”) is a  Universal Windows Platform Bridge toolkit that enables developers to build Windows apps for phones by reusing their Android code.

With “Project Astoria” developers are able to:

  • Build Windows apps for phones with few code changes
  • Use a Microsoft interoperability library to integrate Microsoft services into their app with very little effort
  • Test and debug their app from their preferred IDE
  • Publish their app and get paid through the Windows Store

Microsoft is inviting developers who want to get involved to submit Android APKs for testing and thereby help “shape the effort”.

Interested developers can read more here.

from WMPoweruser

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Posted on April 30, 2015, in WMPoweruser and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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