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Nintendo's Wii U Web Framework now allows for eShop purchases like DLC

Mike Suszek, @mikesuszek
August 19, 2013
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Nintendo's Web Framework for Wii U now includes eCommerce support, manager of developer relations Martin Buchholz revealed at GDC Europe. When using the updated framework, developers can monetize their games after launch with items such as DLC.

The Nintendo Web Framework allows developers to craft and prototype apps for the console using HTML5, JavaScript and CSS. The framework was announced at GDC in March, along with Unity support for Wii U.



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