Included in this release are further improvements to the wizard, as well as support for an image gallery page and more. Here's a look at all of what's new:
- Image Gallery
- Drag and drop source
- Web to App Link
- Minor tweaks for Fluent
- Discovered a few pages that set background color
Improvements to the Wizard:
- Lots of under the hood bug fixes and code improvements
- Much more Visual Basic engine work
- Work for supporting multiple projects in a single solution
- Work to support Prism
In terms of future updates to Windows Template Studio, Microsoft says to expect Visual Basic support, UI improvements, ink templates, and more Fluent Design tweaks in the available templates.
Windows Template Studio is Microsoft's replacement for Windows App Studio, a web-based tool used to create apps without requiring coding knowledge. Windows App Studio was officially retired as of December 1.
If you already have Windows Template Studio installed in visual Studio, you should be able to update to version 1.6 now. The extension can also be downloaded directly from Microsoft.
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