Lately I have been investigating PlayReady support available in the new Windows 10 Universal Windows Platform and found that the additional SDK necessary for Windows 8.1 Universal apps is not required for UWP since PlayReady Client is now part of the platform as described in this MSDN documentation. When migrating Windows 8.1 apps to UWP, the key is to change the namespace […]
I’ve just pushed to GitHub a first version of the Multi-Touch Behaviors containing a new sample targeting Windows 10 UWP (work in progress…) and some refactoring using shared projects in order to simplify the code and reusing it across different platforms. For new contributions just send pull requests here!
One of the most interesting features available in the new Windows 10 Universal Windows Platform (UWP) is the concept of Hosted Web Apps: an existing web site can be easily published to the Windows Store by creating a package pointing to it and, in this case, enabling access to the underlying UWP platform. This feature enables the developer […]
A new version of the Player Framework targeting Windows 10 UWP is now available for download from Codeplex. Smooth Streaming support is provided via the Universal Smooth Streaming Client SDK available in the Visual Studio gallery. PlayReady is now part of the UWP platform (read the original discussion here), so there is no additional SDK required. […]