Adobe is working to bring core components of their apps to Universal Windows Platform

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Vincent Hardy, Sr. Director of Engineering at Adobe was on stage at Windows Developer Day event today speaking about their experience of developing UWP apps for Windows 10. Adobe announced that they are working to bring core components of their apps to UWP platform so that they can bring more UWP apps to Windows 10.

UWP offers a better experience for users and allows Adobe to take advantage of latest Windows 10 platform features like support for Windows Inking, and more. Adobe also highlighted that their recently released Adobe XD app is a UWP app and it takes advantage of Desktop Bridge.

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