Microsoft on Tuesday made more technical information available for XAML, a language for designing the user interface of Web and Windows applications.
The documentation is aimed at other software companies and developers who want to make products that can "read" XAML (Extensible Application Markup Language).
The added technical detail will allow servers from other companies to send information to clients written using XAML, Microsoft said. Non-Microsoft client software will also more easily read XAML.
The information is covered under Microsoft's Open Specification Promise, which is meant to protect third parties from patent infringement.
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