Project Islandwood – “Windows bridge for iOS”
Guys, before proceeding further I would recommend you to kindly got through the video. It will give a brief summary and overview of this project. But in case if you already did, then move forward and get some more information about Project Islandwood.
What is Project Islandwood?
The project would allow developers to code for Windows 10 in Objective-C, use much of the same APIs as on the iPhone, access native Windows APIs and add their own APIs for features Microsoft did not implement and because the project is open source, return those back for other developers to benefit from.
“The Windows Bridge for iOS enable you to bring your iOS apps to Windows 10 using your existing code and skills.
If you have an app for iOS, you can use the iOS bridge to build a UWP version of your app with Visual Studio 2015 and your existing Objective-C code. You can extend your code with native Windows capabilities as needed.”
How to Start?
I mentioned a URL below that will take you to the depth of this project. Kindly go through that URL in order to explore about how to get started.
How to get it?
That’s very interesting question. Because, it’s available on Git Hub. You can go through this project and explore more about it. Moreover, if you’re an iOS developer and wanna get started with Project Islandwood, then just go through the URL below. That URL will explain you each and everything about this project.
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