New Features For Windows Phone App Studio After 50K Active Projects Surpassed Expectations

Recently Microsoft launched the public beta of its windows phone app studio tools to increase the number of applications available on windows phone by allowing users to create apps without writing any code. It has been designed to give a way to anyone to make quick apps for Microsoft’s mobile OS. The development process consists of four easy steps that you can get up your app.

With this windows phone app studio tools more than 30,000 projects has been started in its 48 hours of its release. Microsoft did not expect this much enthusiasm towards newly launched tools but it has announced again that in past few weeks they have seen over 55,000 active projects created with windows phone app studio.

To improve overall performance and scalability Microsoft has added new features to windows phone app studio in the first weeks of availability in response to customer feedback. These tools include additional external data sources, improvements to code legibility and the addition of new templates.

According to a window phone developer blog temporary access code system has been implemented in order to manage demand , it is the system in which users  sign up and then sent an access code for the service. Temporary access code system has been implemented to ease the stress on the service.

There are connections to more external data source now, it has added flicker as a data source so you can integrate your flicker feed into the apps you build.  Numbers of new app templates are available now to choose from such as Birthday Party, My hero and video channels.

For those people who want to create their own app on windows phone platform, this program will allow you to create an app in few easy steps. Once you are done with app you can you can download the newly created app in a file format that allows you to publish to the windows phone store.


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