But on the other hand, as usual, every upgrade is painful, especially true for WP developers.
I would rather not going too much details here, you may have a taste by reading this post: short, it's not that bad by comparing transitions in the past, because most codes and XAML should be still useful while for 3rd part controls just give it some time, they will be supporting win10 sooner or later.
The MJPEG engine in my app is using the MJPEG streaming URL for video; while JPEG engine in my app is using a snapshot URL for video.
Most MJPEG/JPEG URL is a standard http address like this one: Please note that these 3 camera types is aimed to get your video working (and video related feature, such as recording), features like pan/tilt is not supported.
By taking advantage of that, the new IP CAM Controller is finally able to support H.264 which is a streaming protocol support by most newly made IP cameras.
In the app, you will see a "HD" button in the control panel if your camera has support for H.264.
At the very least, the underlaying frameworks are not being changed; they are not turning the framework up side down this time like what they did in Silverlight to Win RT.
But I feel lucky and happy that I didn't go for WP8.1 last year because that is simply not the final stop.
I will also host a demo of IP CAM Controller from PM – PM on Thursday, 3/31, if anyone would like to meet me in person, you are more than welcome to join me at the Solutions Showcase area which is located on the first floor of the expo hall at Moscone West.Venetasoft™ is the top seller software house in Microsoft Windows Phone ecosystem. For six years, she grappled with a condition that started as low self-esteem and worsened into major depression.However, using these camera type requires the user (i.e.you) has some basic IT knowledge, or at the very least, you know your camera very well.
I don't know too much about marketing, but this is really sucks!