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.
Recent Win32 Stories
Project Reunion is a modern replacement for UWP and a way to use APIs that were locked into UWP in other developer frameworks.
After years of silence and misinformation, Microsoft finally made it official: It is “unifying access” to Win32 and UWP APIs.
Microsoft reveals new Win32 container in Windows 10X, says OS updates will take less than 90 second restarts.
Microsoft is evolving the Windows 10 app development platform by turning its back on its original strategy.
At Build 2016, Microsoft announced Project Centennial technology and its tooling will be available in the next Windows 10 Insider build. I was able to use this technology early to convert a real-world desktop app to a Universal Windows Platform (UWP) app in just one minute.