Microsoft has released a detailed explanation to address the question marks created by the project named Reunion in the minds of the developers. In the published statement, what Project Reunion is and what it is not described in detail.
Microsoft announced the announcement of Project Reunion at the Build 2020 event. Project Reunion was designed as a merge tool for Win32 and UWP application development in Windows 10. Of course, because the Build event of this year was held digitally, Microsoft could not bring this tool together with the developers.
Many developers have question marks about what Project Reunion’s purpose is and what it can do. The company has published an explanatory text on the GitHub platform to address these question marks. Updating the open source page of the project, Microsoft made a detailed explanation about what Reunion is and what is not.
Project Reunion combines the current Win32 and Universal Windows Platform (UWP) APIs. Project Reunion will also work separately from Windows and will allow developers to use the tool like Budget.
Applications developed in this service will be available on all devices running Windows 10. Microsoft; He explained that some APIs, including WebView 2, MSIX and WinUI 3, have started working with Project Reunion.
Microsoft explains Project Reunion on the GitHub page as follows: “Project Reunion is a set of libraries, frameworks, components, and tools that you can use in your applications to access powerful Windows platform functionality from any application in many versions of Windows.”
The company explains what Project Reunion is not as follows:
Project Reunion is not a new application model or a platform from Windows.
Project Reunion is not a new packaging or insulation model for applications.
Project Reunion is not a new security or privacy model for applications.
Project Reunion is not something that will allow you to run your application in the cloud.
You can visit the project’s GitHub page to learn more about Microsoft’s Project Reunion.