With the recent launch of windows 10, Windows announced yesterday they will be releasing an early look at the Windows Bridge.
Windows 10 launched globally in 190 countries on 29 July 2015, and Windows Insiders have started to receive their upgrade to the full OS, with Windows 7, 8 and 8.1 users who registered for a free upgrade expecting to see the new OS roll out to them shortly. Windows 10 is all about bridging the gap between computer and tablet. Giving your hand held devices the power of a computer. Meaning you are able to do more with less.
Check out Windows’ blog on the first 24 hours after launch
Yesterday they released an early look at the Windows Bridge for iOS
The Windows Bride for iOS will allow developers to create or code the native Objective – C apps to be complied into an iOS app format. Anything you make with the new visual studio means it can work on virtually any platform with out having any dependencies.
“we’re releasing an early look at the Windows Bridge for iOS (previously known as ‘Project Islandwood’). While the final release will happen later this fall (allowing the bridge to take advantage of new tooling capabilities that will ship with the upcoming Visual Studio 2015 Update), we are making the bridge available to the open-source community now in its current state. Between now and the fall, we’d love more eyes, feedback, and participation on the code, so we’re doing our development “in the open.” – August 6, 2015 10:57 am by Kevin Gallo
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