Microsoft Ups the Appeal for Windows Phone 8 App Development with their new WYSIWYG

Launching in beta today Microsoft employs their new Windows Phone App Studio, a visual, web-based 

editor for Windows Phone 8 apps with yet another attempt to gain more traction with app developers. With it, literally anyone can build apps without code, using customizable themes and custom text, graphics and design. Check out the full details here.



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