Microsoft has finally released Windows App SDK 1.1, the latest version of its development platform for creating modern Windows desktop apps.
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Every year, we’re forced to revisit this topic, so why not just have some fun with it? Is the Universal Windows Platform (UWP) (still) dead?
Microsoft quietly revealed that it will ship Windows App SDK 1.1 by mid-year, with multi-window and push notification support coming later in 2022.
Microsoft has quietly finalized the Windows App SDK, which seeks to reunite Windows desktop and mobile developers.
Microsoft continues to baby-step around the obvious, but it has officially deprecated the Universal Windows Platform (UWP).
Microsoft announced today that Project Reunion 0.5 is now available with a focus on making it easier to create modern Windows desktop applications.
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Like some real developers, I’ve gone through what I call the three stages of irrational exuberance with Project Reunion only to land back in reality.
After years of silence and misinformation, Microsoft finally made it official: It is “unifying access” to Win32 and UWP APIs.