In part one
of the Windows Bridge for iOS
series, we created a simple to-do list app in Xcode and used the Windows Bridge for iOS to bring it over to Windows 10. In part two
of the series, we went on a tour of Visual Studio for iOS developers. In part three
, we used the Windows Bridge for iOS to convert an iOS calculator app created using Storyboards and Auto Layout to a Universal Windows Platform app that adjusts to various form factors on Windows 10.
Today, we discuss the various options that the Windows Bridge for iOS provides developers with, including controls in their converted UWP apps–whether UIKit, XAML, or some combination of both...