Windows 8 and Windows Phone 8 are finally here. In this article, I'll look at key similarities and differences between developing applications for these two new platforms. I'll start by taking a look at what it means to build for a Windows device. With the rapid adoption of touch-based computing, there's a need for traditional forms-based interfaces to evolve, making them more touch-friendly. Don't Start Me Up One such transition is the rather dramatic departure from a Start button, arriving at an entire Start screen. Those already familiar with Windows Phone will recognize the Live Tile concept and immediately feel at home. Live Tiles are not simply application shortcuts; they're about displaying a snapshot or status of each application, or part of an application.
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