Windows Azure Toolkit for Social Gaming Just Released

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The social networking world moves quickly, and game developers are eager to work with the Windows Azure Platform. This week Microsoft is releasing the Windows Azure Toolkit for Social Games, which supports the development of apps for Facebook and mobile devices.

The Windows Azure Toolkit for Social Games includes support for different programming languages, as well as libraries, deployment tools and a new game from gskinner.com, including the source code. Documentation is also included with the release, which can be downloaded at WindowsAzure.com.

The social networking world moves quickly, and game developers are eager to work with the Windows Azure Platform. This week Microsoft is releasing the Windows Azure Toolkit for Social Games, which supports the development of apps for Facebook and mobile devices.

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