Microsoft launches Visual Studio Code, cross-platform code editor

At its Build 2015 developer conference, Microsoft has announced it is releasing a free cross-platform code editor that will enable many developers to write modern apps for web, cloud, and mobile.

Source: Microsoft launches Visual Studio Code, cross-platform code editor for OS X, Linux and Windows

Windows 10 can run reworked Android and iOS apps

iOS and Android developers will be able to port their apps and games directly to Windows universal apps, and Microsoft is enabling this with two new software development kits. On the Android side, Microsoft is enabling developers to use Java and C++ code on Windows 10, and for iOS developers they’ll be able to take advantage of their existing Objective C code.

Source: Huge news: Windows 10 can run reworked Android and iOS apps

Free Font Friday: Flex Display

I’ve always had a fascination with typography and always looking for new and fun fonts to add to my collection, especially free fonts since I don’t make money by using these fonts. Maybe some of the fonts I share here will help you in your projects or maybe you just like collecting fonts like me. I’ll try to post a free font every friday so make sure to come back and check for updates.

This weeks font is Flex Display by Álvaro Thomáz

Flex Display; developed by Álvaro Thomáz, it’s a free geometric thin display font that can be used in branding, candy recipes, webfonts and other.

For more information on Flex Display or Álvaro Thomáz please visit Behance.

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