Microsoft Demos Upcoming ‘Project N’ Compiler Technology That Will Improve Apps Performance On Windows

During the Visual Studio 2013 launch event in New York, Microsoft revealed its upcoming compiler technology that will compile .Net code directly to native code. Mary Jo Foley reported that this project is codenamed Project N. Microsoft Project Manager Orville McDonald demonstrated this technology with FreshPaint app. One version of FreshPaint app was compiled using this upcoming compiler technology while the other one was a normal current FreshPaint app. It was shown that the optimized FreshPaint loaded very quickly.

“We don’t do JIT (just-in-time compile) and use optimization that we use for C++ code,”

ZDNet reported the following on this upcoming project from Microsoft,

I’ve gotten a few tips in recent months about “Project N,” which, according to my contacts, is designed to make applications developed in .Net/C# work better on Windows 8 and Windows RT via new compiler technology under development at the company. My tipsters have said Microsoft is planning to go public with its Project N plans in 2014.

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Source: ZDNET

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