Microsoft Moves Forward with One API for All

Giving both users and developers a common set of tools and UI is certainly a novel concept. Microsoft wants to give people one set of developer APIs on all of their devices, including the apps and the UI they run on. Clearly an ambitious goal for the new Operating Systems Engineering Group which Microsoft formed two months ago as part of a broad reorganization of the company. Read the full story here.



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