Build the UWP App You Already Wrote: Getting Started with the Windows Bridge for iOS

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In this session, you’ll hear advice and best practices for bringing your iOS apps to Windows 10, using the Windows bridge for iOS, an open-source project that allows you to use Objective-C code and iOS APIs to build Universal Windows Platform (UWP) apps. We'll show some highlights from recent updates, discuss our development roadmap, and show off some apps that are already using the bridge tool. We’ll also take a deeper dive into the bridge's tool's runtime, compiler, APIs and tooling.

Day:

1

Session Type:

Breakout

Code:

B862

Room:

Marriott Salon 7

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    johnkenn

    The Projection code sample shown seems to be incorrect. At 19:42 into the video.

    The WDXDXMLElement should be WDXDXmlElement but the rest of the sample seems to have issues too.

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    OKP

    Why are some of these vids cutting out the questions?

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