Lovell’s Architectural Diagram(Image Credits Devxpress)
According to ZDNet’s Mary Jo Foley Microsoft wants developers to bring even more to the new Windows runtime (WinRT).During the recent Lang.Next conference at Microsoft,Martyn Lovell, Development Manager for the WinRT team,reveal their plans to bring more language support to Windows 8.
This is what Lovell said at the Lang.Next Conference,
“Will WinRT be at home in each language? ,Yes, but never perfectly.”, he added that he ,“wants developers to create languages for the new (WinRT) developer platform.”
Adding more programming language support would mean that developers from other languages can bring their apps to the upcoming Windows 8 operating system.So we can expect quality as well as a good quantity of apps coming to Windows Store if the developers from the other languages show interest in developing Metro Style apps for Windows 8 Store.