At the Build 2020 developer conference, Microsoft announced Project Reunion. This project aims to reduce the fragmentation between Windows API and Universal Windows Platforms so that developers can more easily create applications for all Windows devices.
After launching a lot of preview version changes, today Microsoft launched the 0.5 version update, all features are basically complete, this is the first production-ready (production-ready) version, which is the candidate version of the stable version.
Microsoft said that the ultimate goal of this version is to make desktop applications easier to create. This version supports at least Windows 10 Version 1809 feature updates and can use Project Reunion with .NET 5, WinUI 3 and WebView2 applications. These features will be shipped as part of the Project Reunion framework package.
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If you are interested in this project, you can read this developer documentation or go to Github. It should be noted that Project Reunion 0.5 supports packaged applications, which uses MSI X as the deployment method. This also means that this version is the first version suitable for production applications. It is also forward compatible.
Microsoft said that more content is in progress. Project Reunion 0.8 should be launched in the next few months, and Project Reunion 1.0 will be launched later this year.
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