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Building Progressive Web Apps for Windows devices

Learn where Progressive Web Apps fit in alongside other Windows apps, how to get started converting a web site or web app into a PWA, how to submit PWAs to the Windows Store, and more.

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Microsoft Build: Project Kinect on Azure

Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella introduces Project Kinect on Azure. Important advances in AI-enabled edge devices come together in this object sensing, skeletal tracking technology.

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Fluent Design: Evolving our Design System

Learn how you can build experiences with the latest Fluent Design features to help your users do more in our multi-device, multi-sensory world. Get a hands-on look at this evolving set of controls, patterns, principles, and design guidance.

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Develop Industrial Mixed Reality applications with Unity

Mixed Reality is the next computing platform, and with Unity, you can create stunning 3D experiences, impactful apps, and grow your business. See how to build mixed reality experiences for desktop, Microsoft HoloLens, and Windows Mixed Reality immersive headsets (VR).

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Modernizing Desktop Apps on Windows 10

Bring the latest Windows 10 features to your existing application. Windows, .NET, and Visual Studio are making it easy to incrementally modernize your existing applications with Windows 10 features.

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The Microsoft AI platform: A State of the Union

In this deep dive into the AI platform and AI use cases, learn about the application of AI technologies in the cloud, and how to add pre-built AI capabilities like object detection, face understanding, translation and speech to applications.


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Windows Mixed Reality: April 2018 Update

The Windows 10 April 2018 Update includes new features for developers who are building mixed reality apps for HoloLens and immersive headsets.

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Create cross-device apps with Project Rome

Project Rome now supports two-way cross-device communication between your Windows, Android, and iOS devices, as well as web applications. Learn how the Project Rome SDK can create app experiences that make users more engaged and productive.

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Building ARM64 Win32 C++ Apps

Learn how to install the ARM64 tools for Visual Studio, and then walk through the steps of creating and compiling a new ARM 64 project.