Microsoft's 2021 Build Conference ran throughout most of this week. Despite it showcasing many tools for developers, some people on the web have complained about its focus. Here's why it was perfect for what it was supposed to be.
Microsoft has announced a new preview build of its popular Windows Terminal application today, featuring a new Quake Mode that allows users to quickly open a new terminal window from anywhere within Windows with a keyboard shortcut
At Build 2021, Microsoft has today announced the general availability of Linux GUI application support in the Windows Subsystem for Linux 2. The feature was announced and shipped in preview in the last handful of months, but the today it's now generally available for all Windows Developers to download, install, and utilize.
Microsoft has today announced a new preview version of its new Project Reunion app framework, designed to unify the development platforms across Win32 and UWP apps. Microsoft launches Project Reunion 0.5 in March, and today is releasing version 0.8 which includes down-level support for Windows 10 version 1809 and up, .NET 5 support, as well as WinUI 3 and WebView2 support.
Build 2021 is almost here, and Microsoft has published its catalog for sessions that will be ongoing throughout the event. We've rounded up some of the most interesting ones that we think you won't want to miss. Let's dive in!
Build 2021 starts next week, and Microsoft's Hello World show breaks down how the event will look. The episode runs through the registration process and explains some of the learning tools available for developers.