Consumers of apps on the Microsoft Store would never know it, but it seems that the developers behind their favorite apps are suffering. Here are the latest reports from developers who use the Microsoft Store for their apps.
Microsoft just released WinUI 3 - Project Reunion 0.5 Preview. The preview is the first time that WinUI 3 ships inside of the Project Reunion package, which should help developers make modern apps for Windows 10.
Windows Terminal has been promising a UI for its settings for a while now and the first update of 2021 is a big one. Beyond just settings, there's a ton of new stuff to play with so if you like testing shiny things before they're ready to roll out to the regular app, go get the preview right now.
LeBron James, Microsoft, and Warner Bros. are working together to promote coding to kids. There are several new programs and opportunities to learn coding that are themed around the upcoming Space Jam: A New Legacy movie.
Google has announced the availability of Flutter for Windows Alpha. The cross-platform UI toolkit lets developers share codebases to write apps for iOS, Android, and now Windows 10. A new Flutter Gallery UWP app gives examples to developers of what can be done today.
After months of beta testing, the GitHub app for iOS and Android is generally available. The app allows you to manage your inbox, give feedback and respond to issues, and review and merge pull requests from your mobile device.