Announcing Windows Community Toolkit v7.1

    Announcing Windows Community Toolkit v7.1

    Announcing Windows Community Toolkit v7.1


    The Windows Community Toolkit has another update filled with improvements and features! We’re thrilled to announce version 7.1 is available today! Made possible again with the support and contributions of our developer community. 🎉

    If you are new to the Toolkit, the Windows Community Toolkit is a collection of helpers, extensions, and custom controls. It simplifies and demonstrates common developer tasks for building UWP and .NET apps for Windows. The toolkit is part of the .NET Foundation. You can download our Sample App playground to discover and try Toolkit components before getting started on a project.



    This update includes authentication helpers, Microsoft Graph controls, the easiest way to add Shadows to your app in XAML, a new RichSuggestBox control, and more! We even have a preview of source generator support for our MVVM Toolkit library.

    We’ve had a lot of exciting news this year too. Be sure to catch up on what we’re doing with the Windows App SDK in our previous post about our WinUI 3 release here (back when it was still called Project Reunion). We’ll have more updates for this in the future – WinAppSDK has just released their 1.0 Preview 1 release so as they reach their 1.0 release, stay tuned here for updates. We’ve also expanded our organization to work with the MAUI Community Toolkit and will be splitting our .NET specific libraries to their own .NET Community Toolkit soon, read all about that here.

    As always, please be sure to read our release notes here. See more details of these changes and new features below.


    Read more: Announcing Windows Community Toolkit v7.1 - Windows Developer Blog
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