Microsoft wants nonprogrammers to make apps for Windows 8

12/19/2013 | CNET

Microsoft is looking to pull nonprogrammers into its pool of application developers with a free tool dubbed "Project Siena" that helps users create apps. The HTML5- and JavaScript-based service is designed to help business clients build product catalogs, customer-service apps and other rich-media apps for Windows 8.

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