After going down a few rabbit holes, I think I’ve finally arrived at a UI that makes sense for the UWP version of .NETpad. If you’re familiar with UWP productivity apps, there’s nothing groundbreaking here, per se. But I’ve tried to rethink the app UI for the underlying platform and am moving further away from the traditional Notepad interface while retaining its simplicity.
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