Microsoft web developers have been working on the next generation of web development tools for a while now, with the release of Microsoft Xcode 7 and the XNA Framework 4.0 for iOS and Android.
Today, Microsoft announced that it is releasing support for XNA on Windows 10.
While this will be the first time we see the Xcode 9 platform on Windows, it’s not a surprise, given that the platform has been a focus of the Windows team since the release.
XNA is the X11 graphics API that is used for modern games and apps.
As of today, XNA 9 is supported on Windows 8.1, Windows 10, Windows Server 2012 R2, Windows Phone 8.0, Windows 8, and Windows Server 2016.
We have not yet seen the full support for Windows 10 for XDA Developers, but we expect to see a similar update on a regular basis.
For now, X11 support is limited to a single game at a time, so you will have to choose between Microsoft’s Windows Store, the Xbox App Store, or the Xbox Music Store.
This could change, of course, as we approach launch of Windows 10 on November 15.