Microsoft merges developer resources for Windows Store and Windows Phone, adds 21 new payout markets


Microsoft today announced it is merging the online developer resources (education materials, guidance, code samples, and reference documentation) for Windows Store and Windows Phone. At the same time, the company has expanded the number of payout markets by 21. The first piece of news follows when Microsoft merged Windows Store and Windows Phone developer accounts in November 2013 as well as when it rolled out universal Windows apps in April 2014. The company is now taking things further by offering a single Windows Dev Center website at for all your development needs regarding building apps and games across phone,...

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