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    Movement on the true universal app front has been pretty slow now that Win32 apps can tap into UWP APIs, so what does that mean for the future of native UWP apps?
    Today, Microsoft's Universal Windows Platform (UWP) is about much more than truly modern universal applications. It's a platform that allows developers to take advantage of all the new Windows 10 features introduced over the last couple of years, regardless of whether your app is universal, a legacy Win32 program, or even a progressive web app. UWP in its current form welcomes many app types, and while that's great news today, it is a bit of a compromise when it comes to Microsoft's future ambitions for Windows.

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    07-30-2018 12:10 PM

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