For those of you that haven’t read in the media, Microsoft is helping iOS app developers with tutorials in hopes they consider porting their apps and make them compatible with Windows 10 and their Universal Windows Platform!
The new series of tutorials were available in January on its official blog and it has been building ever since. The first blog post was directed towards iOS developers to help them learn how to create a simple app with the Windows Bridge for iOS. According to the website, it is the first of a series of tutorials that will help iOS developers learn more about Windows Bridge to iOS.
The blog post is technical and informative, and highlights the steps to create a simple “to-do list app in Xcode for iOS. The blog post, then lists the steps on how to use the Widows Bridge for iOS tools, making the same app work on Windows 10. The minimum requirements to try out the tutorial is a PC running Windows 10, Visual Studio 2015 and the Windows Bridge for iOS tools, along with a Mac running OS X 10, 11 and Xcode 7.