Microsoft’s , an attempt to foster development of apps across multiple devices all running Windows 10, now supports the for .Net unification.
But this move comes right after Microsoft revealed it was platform for smartphones, making Universal Windows apps less universal. In fact, Microsoft has been expanding support for Android and iOS in its various development tools as it effectively cedes the mobile market to Google and Apple.
UWP is still promised to support Windows 10 app development for PCs, the Xbox game console, and the augmented-reality display.
The new UWP support for .Net Standard 2.0 comes through a set of APIs for all .Net platforms, which include .Net Framework 4.6.1, Mono 5.4, and Xamarin. UWP support for .Net Standard 2.0 brings it to parity with other .Net implementations.
. But Microsoft has continued to back the concept, with a and this week’s .Net Standard 2.0 support.