SDK For Windows Home Server Released

Microsoft on Thursday released a beta of documentation for a free SDK that helps developers build applications for its forthcoming Windows Home Server product. The SDK documentation is available for download on the Microsoft Developer Network. It provides guidance on how developers can use the API and services in Windows along with the Visual Studio […]

Microsoft on Thursday released a beta of documentation for a free SDK that helps developers build applications for its forthcoming Windows Home Server product. The SDK documentation is available for download on the Microsoft Developer Network. It provides guidance on how developers can use the API and services in Windows along with the Visual Studio integrated development environment and Visual Studio C# tool to build new applications for Windows Home Server, which is currently in its second beta release.

Developers also must sign up and download the Windows Home Server beta on its Web site to use the SDK. Typically, an SDK would also have libraries developers can use to build applications, but the developer libraries for Windows Home Server are available in the OS itself, said Charlie Kindel, general manager of Windows Home Server group at Microsoft.

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