We got in touch with Gérard Metrailler, Senior Director, Product Management, Graphics at Corel Corporation and asked him, what the main challenges in developing ARM-powered, Windows-RT versions of existing applications are.
As a general rule he said, the Corel sees the new Windows Store apps both for ARM and Intel-based devices as a platform with very strong potential for applications development, adding that the priority when developing for apps stores is to "focus on the user needs based on where they will be using different devices, from smartphones to tablets to powerful workstations."
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