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Participate in the Developer Economics Survey

By Windows Developer Team

The Developer Economics Q2 2020 Survey is now open! Every year more than 30,000 developers around the world participate in this Take the survey now to share your experience as a developer and your perspective on the future of the… Read more

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New Developer Landing Page and Issues Repo

By Rich Turner

We are excited to announce two new online resources for developers using Windows: A new docs landing-page for developers building and deploying apps and systems running on non-Microsoft operating systems like Linux and Android A new GitHub issues repo for… Read more

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Announcing WinUI 3 Preview 2

By Ana Wishnoff

At our monthly community call this morning we announced that a new preview of WinUI 3 is ready for you all to try out – WinUI 3 Preview 2! If you’re too excited to read ahead, check out the release… Read more

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A deep-dive into WinUI 3 in desktop apps

By Miguel Ramos

XAML Islands was our first solution to enable developers to use UWP XAML inside their desktop (Win32) Within a couple of months after the release of XAML Islands, behavioral insights and customer interviews raised some signals about how developers were… Read more

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3 Ways to Customize Your Windows Terminal

By Windows Developer Team

Windows Terminal is here! From the buzz of the announcement at Microsoft Build 2019 to the release of at Build 2020, it’s generated excitement and interest from the dev Get started by downloading the Preview As a refresher, Windows Terminal… Read more

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ICYMI – Top Announcements from Microsoft Build 2020

By Windows Developer Team

It has been one month since the first-ever, completely virtual Microsoft Build, where we unveiled new tools and updates to make developing for all 1 billion Windows 10 devices It’s an exciting time for Windows, and if you missed the… Read more

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Announcing Windows Community Toolkit v6.1

By Michael A. Hawker

We are thrilled to announce today the next update to the Windows Community Toolkit, version This release was made possible with help and contributions from across our developer While a ‘minor’ release, it is jam-packed with new controls, helpers, and… Read more