Like others I was hoping that Microsoft would buy Xamarin and make cross platform development into a 'commodity item'.
I guess that WAS a little optimistic.
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TypeScript 1.0 is available as part of Visual Studio 2013 and Visual Studio Web Express 2013 Spring Update, as an npm package, and as source. The TypeScript 1.0 release is also available as a power tool for Visual Studio 2012.
So back in 2013 Microsoft announced future support for Modern Apps on XBOX One - without saying exactly when.
Did they just do that to us again?
@cheong:Fixed. : )
It seems to work OK - I just compiled Vantage Point: to Native code and it runs:
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Open E:\Projects\WinRT\VantagePointRT\VantagePointRT\bin\x64\Debug\StaticAnalysis and attach conversionreport.json to the email.
I would like to see some benchmarks and perhaps an overview of the implications.
Guess this is the one to go to?
NET Native compiles C# to native machine code that performs like C++. You will continue to benefit from the productivity and familiarity of the .NET Framework with the great performance of native code. Popular Windows Store apps start up to 60% faster and use 15-20% less memory when compiled with .NET Native.
Download the .NET Native Developer Preview and try it out on your Windows Store apps today
It was a bonus as there was some interesting info about Kitchens.