Windows UI Library: the latest Windows 10 native controls and Fluent styles for your applications
If you want to make a great Mac or iOS app, you know what look you’re trying to go for, and you have very good choices of system controls to use. If you make a Windows app, do you want to go with WinForms (doesn’t work well on modern systems, kind of gets Windows 11 look for some controls), WPF (rock solid, looks like shit and needs a lot of customization work), UWP (unreliable, poorly maintained, lots of weird issues, unofficially killed, halfway between windows 10 and 11), or WinUI (looks like windows 11 even on windows 10, less mature and therefore even less reliable than UWP, will literally crash your app if you right click in a textbox)?
Wow, I really love the new file explorer in dark mode 😍
1 project | reddit.com/r/Windows11 | 18 Jun 2022
The tab design for tabbed applications (Edge, Explorer, Terminal etc.) should be unified.
1 project | reddit.com/r/Windows11 | 10 Jun 2022
To those who haven't jumped to Windows 11 yet, what is your primary reason?
3 projects | reddit.com/r/Windows11 | 29 May 2022
22598.200 - Little inconsistencies like this bring my OCD back. Shame me all you want, if they promised a consistent OS then deliver one for real.
1 project | reddit.com/r/windowsinsiders | 22 Apr 2022
How are you designing your WinUI 3 interfaces?
1 project | reddit.com/r/csharp | 23 Mar 2022