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Microsoft.NET: xBox development

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Hello Folks,

I've below questions.

1. Can we have development in Microsoft.NET (C#.NET and/or ASP.NET)  for xBox?
2. Assume, we can do development in Microsoft.NET; can we send messages to all xBox devices using any SDK provided by xBox or third party?

Best Regards,
Mohit Pandit
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When you say "XBox", do you mean the original XBox, or are you using the term "xbox" generically to mean all versions of the system? IIRC, you could not use .NET against the original XBox, but the 360 and One do permit .NET development. The former uses XNA Studio, and the latter uses the new UWP.
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Thanks for your comments.
So which version onwards .NET supports?
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I do not understand your question. Version of .NET or version of XBox?
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XBox version
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Thanks, I got answers from provided URLs
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