Archive for the ‘SDK’ Category

The software development kit for Windows Phone 8 has been a fairly closely-guarded secret up until this point, but in an announcement at BUILD 2012, Steve Ballmer has confirmed it is now ready to download.

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Kinect, developed by Microsoft, is rather amazing. Thanks to a few cameras and sensors, this Xbox add-on can accurately detect body movements in real time. Thanks to the just-released SDK, which the Redmond company unveiled today, developers will be able to code their own applications for the device connected to Windows PCs, making good for more than just games.

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9to5Mac is reporting that a couple of new gestures have been uncovered in the the iPhone SDK 3.2 Beta 4. There seems to be a triple tap gesture and a long press gesture revealed. In the gestures folder, a couple of new plist files have been discovered: “3Tap.plist” and “LongPress.plist”.

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Ever had a problem finding a SDK of a particular Microsoft product? Well now you don’t need to look for it any further as Microsoft over at their MSDN portal has put together a page, which links to SDKs( Software Development Kits) with documentation and sample codes for all the products released from Microsoft.

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Windows 7 Beta was announced by Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer at this years Consumer Electronic Show in Vegas. Today, Microsoft has released the SDKs for both the Windows 7 Beta and the .NET Framework 3.5 SP1 which is included in Windows 7 Beta. Both Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008 were shipped with .NET Framework 3.0.

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