The Windows Bridge for iOS is an open-source project that allows you to create Universal Windows Platform (UWP) apps that can run on Windows 10 devices using iOS APIs and Objective-C code.
In a blog post by Microsoft:-
Today, we’re going to build a simple to-do list app in Xcode and use the Windows Bridge for iOS to bring it over to Windows 10, keeping all of the code in a single codebase so the project is completely portable between platforms. If you want to follow the complete, end-to-end journey, you’ll need:
- A PC running Windows 10, with Visual Studio 2015 and the Windows Bridge for iOS installed. You can download Visual Studio from the Windows Dev Center and find the latest release of the bridge on GitHub here.
- A Mac running Mac OS X 10.11 with Xcode 7 installed. If you want to run the iOS project on an actual iOS device, you’ll also need a paid Apple Developer account.
If you don’t have a PC, you can download one of our pre-built evaluation virtual machines from the Windows Bridge for iOS website. Download the package for your preferred virtualization environment and you’ll be up and running in no time – the package already includes Windows 10, Visual Studio 2015 and the iOS bridge.
If you don’t have a Mac but are curious about developing in Objective-C on Windows 10, you’ll still be able to download the source code, go through the conversion process and edit the code in Visual Studio.
For more Info you can visit the blog post (below)
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