With the launch of Windows 10, Microsoft has also released Windows 10 SDK tools for developers, allowing them to create apps that will work on the final non-preview version of their latest operating system.
Using the SDK developers can build Universal Windows apps for tablet, phone, PC, or Xbox on the Universal Windows Platform or Classic Windows applications for the desktop. Developers can choose to download a stand-alone SDK for Windows 10 that can work with a variety of other third-party software tools, or they can download a version that also includes the new Visual Studio 2015 tools from Microsoft. The company says:
“These tools include universal app templates, a code editor, a powerful debugger, Windows Mobile emulators, rich language support, and more, all ready to use in production.”
Microsoft has also launched a new page that has all of the required items along with other helpful resources for developers looking to build a Windows 10 app. Check it out from source link: