On this week's episode, I talk more about Project Andromeda, since you folks can't seem to get enough (make sure to read my recent article on why new tech is so hard too for more), and I'll talk more about Progressive Web Apps (PWAs) and if a developer should give up on Microsoft's UWP, or not.
Tune in, now!
Audience questions for Episode 40
- Do you think the rumored Andromeda device will be able to replace PC's for some consumers? - Scoots37
- Should I continue to develop apps for UWP or just go with PWA i.e. is Microsoft going to bail on UWP? - Richard G
- Do you think the project andromeda device will run Win32/ X86 with emulation to run on ARM? - Len Alfred
For more on PWA's check my article Microsoft is supporting Google's Progressive Web Apps platform and that's great news for everyone, which explains the concept a bit more.
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