Microsoft today announced that Windows Bridge for iOS is gaining a number of new features that will help more iOS developers in bringing their apps to Windows Store. Windows Bridge for iOS is an open-source project that allows developers to create UWP apps that can run on Windows 10 devices using iOS APIs and Objective-C code. List of new features includes improved support for several widely-used iOS layout APIs, integration with the official CoreFoundation framework.
Microsoft is also launching a new repository of open-source sample apps and code designed to address common app scenarios and demonstrate integrating Universal Windows Platform (UWP) features into app.
Read about the features in detail here.