Windows runtime is designed to provide a platform to create language independent metro style applications that extend the browser experience to the rich Windows experience. Windows runtime uses API metadata , follows the ECMA-335 framework, and also provides a collection of patterns for creating and managing asynchronous operations. Read on to learn more...
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