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The UWP Community Toolkit 1.4 introduces a range of features including a carousel and new focus and alignment tools for devs. It also builds on existing features, adding different input methods and improved Narrator support.
UWP Community Toolkit 1.3 brings support for the OneDrive and Microsoft Translator services, as well as WrapPanel, TextboxMask, and TextBoxRegex controls.
UWP Community Toolkit 1.1 adds support for the LinkedIn and Microsoft Graph services, as well as Blade and GridSplitter controls.
A new video from Microsoft discusses the recently launched UWP Community Toolkit. The video highlights the no-coding easy development structure for creating apps, while also showing how easy it is to create a hamburger menu.
The new toolkit aims to make it easier for developers to build UWP apps through a variety of built-in functions. Control, notification, service, code, and animation helpers are all included.
Developers can now access Windows Community Toolkit 7.0 with changes decoupling of packages and a new MVVM library.
Microsoft will soon launch WinUI 3.0 alpha, while will encompass both UWP and Win32 apps, giving developers more freedom.
With Microsoft's XAML Islands v1 now live, it has shared its plans for v2 and 3, which will bring UWP and win32 apps even closer together.
Microsoft has launched version 4.0 of the open Windows Community Toolkit, also adding two new Microsoft Graph controls.
Version 3.0 of Windows Community Toolkit is one of the most feature-rich releases yet, also featuring new controls for accessing Microsoft Graph.
The Windows 10 WinRT API Pack lets WinForms and WPF developers add built-in UWP controls, use Microsoft Edge to show web content, and advanced Inking capabilities, and more.
Visual Studio 15.9.1 introduces a number of improvements for developers, allowing Fluent design elements in older apps, improving notifications, and giving new Inking tools.