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Interesting situation now UWP isn’t panacea any more: for Windows development, native is back to center stage

Posted by jpluimers on 2021/11/17

Summary: UWP (Universal Windows Platform) is dying, long live native Windows development.

Source: [Wayback/Archive] Native Windows is Back to Center Stage

With the downplay of UWP, native development is again the primary Windows development model, after 20 years (given we had .NET in between). Native is what Delphi does at its best, so this is great news

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