In Case You Missed It – this week in Windows Developer

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Did you have a busy week this week? That’s ok, so did we.

In case you missed some of our updates, here is our weekly #ICYMI wrap up, featuring all of the blogs in a TL;DR format for your reading pleasure.

The UWP Community Toolkit Update Version 1.1


This week we released the first update to the UWP Community Toolkit based on your feedback. The update includes joining the .NET foundation, several new features, a sample app and even some documentation to get you started. Click the tweet below to read more!


Today we are releasing the first update to the #UWP Community Toolkit! https://t.co/7LD3RDXpMN

— Windows Developer (@windowsdev) October 5, 2016


Introducing the Windows Device Portal Wrapper


“Device Portal is a small web server baked into every Windows device that you can enable once you’ve turned on Developer Mode. We built Device Portal as the starting point for a new generation of diagnostic tooling for Windows – tools that work on all your devices, not just your desktop.”

Pretty cool, right? We can’t wait to see how developers start using the wrapper project and we’re eager to hear your feedback. Click the tweet below to learn more.


Device Portal is a small web server baked into every Windows device. Now available in dev mode and on GitHub.https://t.co/vuYrqoOzFz

— Windows Developer (@windowsdev) October 7, 2016


And that’s it! Stay tuned for more updates next week, and as always, please feel free to reach out to us on Twitter with questions and comments.

Have a great weekend!

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