Microsoft Launches Open Source Tool To Help iOS Developers Port Their Apps To Windows

Microsoft Launches Open Source Tool To Help iOS Developers Port Their Apps To Windows

By Frederic Lardinois At its Build developer conference earlier this year, Microsoft announced that it would soon release tools that would make it easier for iOS and Android developers to take their existing code and port their apps to Windows. The Android version of this, officially named the Windows Bridge for Android, is now in private beta. The iOS version, however — previously known under the… Read More

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