Microsoft Unveils Two Windows 10 iOS Apps at its Build Conference

"DJI is excited to form this unique partnership with Microsoft to bring the power of DJI aerial platforms to the Microsoft developer ecosystem", said Roger Luo, president at DJI.

The company hasn't said when developers will be able to get their hands on Project Kinect to integrate it to their own devices and services, but we'll let you know when we find out more.

Microsoft announced the Timeline feature with the development of Redstone 4 aka April 2018 Update which was pushed out to the general public last week.

The Kinect is the motion-sensing input device produced by Microsoft for use with the Xbox 360 and Xbox One video gaming consoles, and with Microsoft Windows PCs.

Microsoft at its Build 2018 developer conference announced new features that makes the entire Windows experience more mobile-friendly.

With Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS), developers can drastically simplify how they build and run container-based solutions without deep Kubernetes experience.

Elsewhere, Microsoft is bringing its speech recognition tech to developers with the new Speech Devices SDK.

To bring more developers to Microsoft, the company announced a host of IoT and edge computing tools at its Microsoft Build 2018 conference. In addition, Microsoft is now offering Kubernetes support for Azure IoT Edge devices. Lastly, the company has made available its "Blockchain Workbench" for Microsoft Azure which will now make it easier for developers to build Azure-supported blockchain network. Furthermore, it noted that if the application was purchased via a referral by the company - be it online advertising or similar methods - the share will drop to 85:15 in favor of the developer.

For those that use Power BI, there is new support coming for visualizations in Excel; it is now possible to extend custom visuals created for Power BI to be used in Excel. Today, we released the integration of Visual Studio App Center and GitHub, which provides GitHub developers building apps for iOS and Android devices to seamlessly automate DevOps processes right from within the GitHub experience.

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