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Why Would you Want to Write Applications for Windows 8 Now?

, 12 Sep 2012 CPOL
Windows 8 opens up new opportunities for developers – whether an early adopter building consumer apps or an enterprise looking to improve the customer experience. This article explains in detail why you would want to start building for Windows 8 now and how the Telerik Windows 8 can help.

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Telerik empowers over one million developers to create compelling experiences across web, mobile and desktop applications. Our end-to-end, adaptive platform uniquely combines industry-leading UI tools with cloud services to simplify the entire software development lifecycle. Telerik platform-based and standalone product modules seamlessly integrate together, and with other popular developer solutions.

Telerik recognizes that developers are not just at the forefront of delivering great value for their customers, but are a critical element of the engine that drives the world forward. Developers are at the heart of the application and UI experiences that give businesses, governments, educational institutions and non-profits the edge they need to be successful. From planning to building, testing to delivery, Telerik is about developing experiences that change the world for the better.
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