Microsoft today released Windows Bridge for iOS (previously called Project Islandwood) as an open-source project under the MIT license. The tool isn’t ready for formal launch just yet — that is still slated for later this fall — but Microsoft wants “more eyes, feedback, and participation on the code,” so the company is making it available now on GitHub.
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