Migrating iOS applications to Windows 8: Controlling the appearance of your user interface controls
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Most consumers are either loyal to Microsoft or devout Apple followers – never both. But that doesn’t mean that your applications have to choose sides!  If you’re an iOS developer, you could be missing out on a huge market for your apps if you’re not creating a Windows version as well.

Check out this blog post from an industry insider that covers migrating iOS apps to Windows 8 to get started. Learn key differences between iOS and Windows development, particularly on the subject of user interfaces (UIs). Continue on for more helpful advice on controlling the appearance of your app’s UI.

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