"XAML Studio was inspired by the the XAML Pads of the past for WPF, it's a new stand-alone tool for prototyping UWP XAML Apps for Windows 10. It started as a Microsoft Garage Hackathon project back in the summer of 2017 and was finally released in January 2019. As it's been a side-project that I've been working on nights and weekend, the biggest challenge was just finding time to work on the project, especially when it came to releasing. Shipping is a feature! I've just been happy to get it out into the hands of developer and look forward to seeing what people create with it. There's many more ideas I have for the project, you always have to learn to scale back and be able to get out the base version before you add more. I look forward to the future. You can suggest improvements and track what we're working on at UserVoice: https://aka.ms/XAMLStudio_Feedback"
Project website: https://aka.ms/GetXAMLStudio
Creator website: https://github.com/michael-hawker
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