An important collaboration has been made for Microsoft and Google web applications. With this cooperation, applications can be brought to the Play Store.
Collaboration for Microsoft and Google web
Recently, the integration of applications into stores and various systems is critical for developers and publishers. Together with its new CEO, Satya Nadella, Microsoft pays extra attention to open source platforms such as Android and Linux.
Almost completely abandoning its open-source anti-source strategy, Microsoft will sign a new cooperation on this issue. Microsoft has signed an important meeting with Google, as many developers have made application optimizations over the web.
As part of the collaboration with Google, Microsoft’s PWABuilder tool and Google’s Bubblewrap tool will work for a common purpose. Thus, notifications, visual customizations, and shortcuts for web applications can be adjusted more easily. This will enable developers to complete their business processes more quickly and practically. In addition, users will be offered a higher quality application experience.