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are UWP's dying out? :/

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#1 -FireBlazer-


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Posted 30 March 2018 - 03:24 PM

How far are UWP's, iknow PWA's are coming to.. but will UWP's still grow further and become more stable and better? Because i want to use The Store and some apps in the store (iknow its UWP based) thats why i have this question :D and some people on reddit always choose for win32 .. but i dont get it win32 will die out ones a day so whats the point for not to try out UWP's/PWA's.. :( when UWP's/PWA's will fail then MS Edge, The Store will fail.. and what is Windows 10 then? .. come on we are going into the future, so what you think about UWP's/PWA's.. and yeah iknow Mobile phones from MS failed to, and then UWP's are good, but with the fail from the Mobile phones.. UWP's are not important for Developers anymore.. Win32 is the reason why Windows still is here.. its an important piece of software (APi) for the OS.. but we are going into the future right? 



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Posted 31 March 2018 - 12:15 AM

Doesn't seem to be any need for concern



Like Android Windows, (not just Edge), will treat PWAs as it does native apps beginning with Redstone 4 this April. Service workers were introduced in an earlier build. PWAs in Windows will be capable of UWP features like Cortana integration, notifications, Live Tiles and more. They'll be distributed through the Microsoft Store and as on Android, will be indistinguishable from natives apps.



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