The Windows App Studio Windows 10 Store support release is now available, allowing you to create and publish a universal Windows app with no coding required.
Microsoft said this release builds on the foundation created with July’s App Studio Windows 10 Preview release.
“You can directly submit your app to the Store through Dev Center, now with no intermediate step in Visual Studio required. In addition, this release brings a host of other new features,” the company said.
The new features include the Windows 10 Store package with screenshots, an Immersive Simulator, a Windows App Studio Collection App, and a Live Tiles Editor.
With universal Windows apps, the same app can run on PCs, mobile devices, Raspberry Pi 2s, and other IoT devices.