Topic: xbox one

What developers see out of Windows 10

Microsoft’s BUILD conference has come and gone this year, and in its wake there is a great deal for developers to consider. For most there are new capabilities and goodies to leverage, but as we will see there are some who are not entirely happy about where things are heading on some fronts. As expected, … continue reading

Microsoft gets Bash and Ubuntu into Windows

Microsoft’s Build developer conference kicked off today in San Francisco. But prior to the opening of Build, Canonical and Microsoft announced that Ubuntu Linux would soon be coming to Windows. The companies are working to allow Windows to run Ubuntu simultaneously with Windows. This does not mean virtualization, but rather running a full Linux on … continue reading

Oculus explains its partnership with Microsoft

Oculus recently announced that it has been working with Microsoft to bring developers a platform to develop the next generation of games, and now the company is giving some more insight into why it chose Microsoft. The main reason was Windows 10, the company’s latest operating system coming in July, CNET reported. According to CNET, … continue reading

Google’s ClientLogin shutdown, ONF’s open-source development repository, Xbox One app development—SD Times news digest: Feb. 18, 2015

Google wants to remind developers that they have until April 20 to migrate to newer Google Data APIs. The ClientLogin shutdown date is scheduled for that date, and all apps that rely on it will stop working. The company recommended developers switch to OAuth 2.0 to minimize user disruption. “Password-only authentication has several well-known shortcomings, … continue reading

From the Editors: Windows 10 is a milestone operating system

After Microsoft’s surprise reveal of Windows Holographic and HoloLens, the Star Wars metaphors began to fly, with “Help me Obi-Wan Kenobi, you’re my only hope” quotes lighting up social media. For us, a different reference came to mind: “Pay no attention to the OS behind the hologram…” Two-thirds of the way through a relatively unexciting … continue reading

Microsoft Xbox One will allow developers to self-publish games

Indie developers will have the chance to create and publish games in the Xbox Live Marketplace … continue reading

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