Drive app engagement across devices and platforms.
What is Project Rome?
Project Rome is an initiative conceived to rethink Windows as a platform as we seek to deliver a more personal operating system for the next generation of computing. Its focus is on delivering APIs and features to drive deeper engagement by bridging silos between devices, apps, people, and cloud services – democratizing our vision of mobility of experiences and people-centric, ubiquitous computing.
- A set of infrastructure services in the Microsoft cloud for Windows-based devices, as well as cross-platform and IoT.
- A programming model delivered as APIs for Windows, Android, iOS, and Microsoft Graph, enabling client and cloud apps to build experiences using the Project Rome capabilities.
- A device runtime for connecting and integrating Windows-based, cross-platform, and IoT devices to the Project Rome infrastructure services.
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. Watch the video to learn how the Device Relay APIs in the Project Rome SDK can create app experiences that make users more engaged and productive.
Building connected apps with UWP and Project Rome
Use Project Rome to create a Universal Windows Platform (UWP) team messaging app that can drive user engagement across devices with a collection of APIs that are part of Microsoft Graph.TRY IT YOURSELF
Timeline (Windows 10 April 2018 Update)
Timeline lets you go back in time to past activities you’ve worked on across your devices, so you can jump back into them like you never left.LEARN MORE
Project Rome at Microsoft //Build 2018
Learn how you can build experiences that work across devices, platforms and users at the same time.WATCH THE VIDEO
- Project Rome: Driving User Engagement Across Devices, Apps, and Platforms
- Cross-device experiences with Project Rome
- Going Social: Project Rome, Maps & social network integration (App Dev on Xbox series)
- Announcing Project Rome Android SDK
- Android: Project Rome for Android Update: Now with App Services Support
- New Share Experience in Windows 10 Creators Update
- Building a Remote Control Companion App for Android with Project Rome
- Web-to-App Linking with AppUriHandlers