What you need to know
- Microsoft has this week released Project Reunion 0.5.
- It includes a new version of WinUI 3 that works with Uno Platform, which has also been updated.
- Together, these will allow developers to reuse their code for other platforms including iOS and macOS.
Windows 10 developers can reuse their WinUI 3 code to bring their apps to other platforms including iOS and macOS.
It comes with the release of Project Reunion 0.5 from Microsoft and Uno Platform 3.6, as reported by our friends at Windows Central:
Thanks to Project Reunion 0.5 and Uno Platform 3.6, developers can now create apps for Windows 10 before sharing them for other platforms. The new version of Uno Platform also brings updates:
Francois Tanguay, CEO of Uno Platform stated "We are delighted to see WinUI 3 launch as part of Project Reunion and alongside WinUI. We are very proud to work closely with Microsoft to ensure Uno Platform can provide day-zero support for WinUI 3 and bring WinUI-built applications everywhere, including Web, Linux, macOS, iOS and Android."
Microsoft's Partner Group program manager Mike Harsh said:
The move gives Windows developers more flexibility to create apps and then release them on other major platforms including macOS and iOS.
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