Microsoft is ending its Windows App Studio, and taking a slow, methodical approach. The deprecation strategy is sort of like just growing old and slowly losing the ability to use body parts until nothing works anymore.
The drop-dead date is December 1, 2017, but here’s what to expect over the coming months…
July 15, 2017
Only existing users can sign in
Finished application projects can be downloaded
No new dynamic collections data sources allowed to be created
Dynamic data will be allowed to be downloaded with a migration path provided
September 15, 2017
Application editor will stop working
Dynamic collections API will stop providing data to your existing applications
December 1, 2017
Windows App Studio will be shut down
Microsoft is replacing Windows App Studio with Windows Template Studio: https://github.com/Microsoft/WindowsTemplateStudio/
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