Windows Mobile support is one of NativeScript's most wanted features and we are happy to announce that today we are open-sourcing our work on the NativeScript Runtime for the Universal Windows Platform (UWP). The repository is available on GitHub and there is a minimalistic sample application that you can run:
The application also works on Windows Mobile 10, which is expected to go live this month.
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Keep in mind the runtime is only a part of the whole story. There is quite a bit of work to integrate the NativeScript Runtime for the Universal Windows Platform (UWP) with the NativeScript CLI. Our cross-platform modules also need to be updated to account for Windows. There is a lot of work to do, to be sure. In the end, we will deliver a smooth development experience, just like we do with our iOS and Android environments.
We'd like to understand the needs and plans for bringing cross-platform mobile apps to Windows devices. Let us know in the comments what you think about Windows Mobile 10 and NativeScript.