Speaking at Microsoft's recent Creators Update Developer Day, Telerik announced that it is open sourcing its suite of UI tools for Universal Windows Platform apps. In moving to an open source model, Telerik for UWP will offer up native UI controls for building Windows apps to developers for free.
As part of the move, Telerik says that it is also donating to the .NET Foundation to help bolster the .NET ecosystem. From Telerik:
If you're a developer interested in taking advantage Telerik's UI tools for UWP, you can view more at Telerik's website. And now that it's completely open source, you can access the Telerik UI for UWP repo on Github.
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