ShepHertz Rolls out Support of Its Backend Services On Windows 8.1.


ShepHertz Rolls out Support of Its Backend Services On Windows 8.1.

App42 BaaS (Backend as a service) from ShepHertz, has recently included Windows 8.1 onto it list of supported application platforms. This allow developers to use backend services such as a User Management, Push notification, Leaderboards etc, from their application targeted towards the newly released Windows 8.1 App42 already supports the popular mobile platform from Microsoft’s Windows 7 and Windows 8.

Windows 8.1

The Windows 8.1 is the latest operating system released by Microsoft. it’s designed to work on both PCs and tablet devices so its operates with the traditional mouse/keyboard devices as well as that of a touchscreen. According to the company, it also offer a wide range of enhancements and features in security, usability and productivity. It comes along with a new task manager and streamlined file management. The Windows app Store is one of the most important parts of the ecosystem and its already contains over 100,000 applications.


With this recent launch, ShepHertz empowers developers to leverage its complete backend services in their Windows store application and games. This also includes the support for its popular cross-platform NoSQL storage and leaderboard APIs. These services allow developers to create a wide range of application that include asynch games. Strong A/B Testing and Analytics support are also provided. It’s also an important too for application developers in making the end-user more engaged to their application and is one of the most heavily utilized backend services.

Developers  will be able to learn more about this integration with App42 backend on Windows 8.1 and get started by visiting the Windows 8.1 integration page on ShepHertz website.

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