At its official Visual Studio 2013 launch today, Redmond moved its flagship integrated development environment further into Windows Azure.
Developers registered with either Windows Store or Windows Phone Store can now submit apps for both.
The WebGL protocol is supported for creating two- and three-dimensional graphics.
The news is troubling, given that XP won't be patched after next April.
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The lawsuit against Google by Rockstar perhaps marks yet another phase in mobile platform litigation.
The company also releases SDKs for .NET and iOS.
Hortwonworks Data Platform 2.0 for Windows will be available next month.
Cloud revenue, SQL Server, Exchange and SharePoint help offset Windows declines.
Remote debugging is another welcome update.
The hardest-hit are those with Microsoft's own device -- Surface RT tablets.
Microsoft adds a libraries feed that is as fully supported as the .NET Framework.
64-bit Edit and Continue is the key feature addition.
Developers with Windows 8.1 apps in the Windows Store get "preferential treatment".
Team Foundation Server 2013 is also part of the package.
The libraries are also included in the upcoming release of Visual Studio 2013.
Developers have to register to get the update, which is available starting with Windows Phone 8, Update 3
Five- and 6-inch screens, up to 1080p HD resolution, will be supported.
Many developers would not put code in the repository, due to the lack of a GPLv3 license option.
More than 400 products were voted on, to find the best.
It's the last upgrade before Visual Studio 2013 hits the streets.