Saturday, May 19, 2012

Microsoft sets Sandbox boundaries for Metro developers


With so many apps running around the Windows playground, Microsoft wants the grown-ups to be in charge of metro. Programs for the new interface will be available only through the Windows Store, which will allow one click installs, user feedback and crash monitoring. Developers shouldn't worry too much as the heavy lifting for those features will all be handled by the OS. All the software will be vetted, App Store style, while access to the devices like GPS and cameras must be granted by users before the apps can grab them. 


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