Monthly Archives: April 2014

Nokia Imaging SDK updated

Not surprising news, but worthy of a big mention. The Nokia Imaging SDK has had a new beta release (1.2).

This release brings all the goodness of the Phone library to the new, conjoined Microsoft platform across Windows 8.1 and Windows Phone 8.1. I am hoping to find a little time to play with the new SDK over the next week or so, but the sample apps and code look great. There are also sample apps in the Windows store, although the links in the site seem not to work. I’d suggest opening the Windows Store and searching for “Filter Effects” and installing the one published by Nokia.

It’s //build time!

For those of you who haven’t managed to convince your management to let you go to //build (and this includes me), you can see what you’re missing on the official //build 2014 site. The recordings of the sessions will also be made available there.

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Having had a look at the session listings, there is big (although maybe not unexpected) news for Windows Phone and Windows Store apps. As ever, you can find the details 24-48 hours after the live events in the videos and slide decks (or just keep an eye on your favourite Twitter client / blog).