Back on May 2, Microsoft announced a rebranding of the UWP Community Toolkit to the Windows Community Toolkit. As part of this, the company yesterday released what they are calling the biggest version update yet for the toolkit yet.
Microsoft dives into the API and other changes with this version 3.0 release in their blog post, but there are several major new features. First of all, there are Fluent updates to existing controls with support for light and dark themes. There’s also new package introducing new controls to access the Microsoft Graph. You can have a look at the other new features below.
- A new package for WPF and WinForms developers that includes the new Edge WebView
- A new package for all XAML UWP developer to enable usage of eye gaze APIs in XAML
- A new package for all .NET UWP developers to help in writing runtime API checks
- New controls and APIs in existing packages
- Updated documentation, including code examples in Visual Basic
- Many improvements and bug fixes
This release also comes with new controls and helpers to existing packages for the CameraHelper and CameraPreview, UniformGrid, and InfinteCanvas. These make previewing camera frames, responsive layout controls, and infinite scrolling, inking easier.developer, Microsoft, UWP Community Toolkit, Windows 10, Windows Community Toolkit