Sample apps and code for the Windows Bridge for iOS
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WinObjC-Samples

The Windows Bridge for iOS (also referred to as WinObjC) is a Microsoft open-source project that provides an Objective-C development environment for Visual Studio and support for iOS APIs. This repo contains the project's sample apps and example code.

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Sample apps

The WinObjC sample apps can be found in /Apps. They include:

Example code

Sample code and projects for common scenarios can be found under /Scenarios. They include:

  • Using Projections: Live Tiles

    Live Tiles allow Windows users to see parts of an app’s content directly from the Start menu. This example shows how to create and update adaptive Live Tiles using Objective-C projections.

  • Using Projections: Toast Notifications

    This example demonstrates popping local toast notifications on Windows 10 using Objective-C projections.

  • Using Projections: In-App Purchases

    This example shows how to replace StoreKit in your app and add support for in-app purchases on Windows 10 using Objective-C projections.

  • Using Projections: Maps

    This example demonstrates how to replace MapKit-based maps in your Objective-C code base with XAML controls and Bing Maps.

  • Using Projections: Cortana

    Cortana is your personal assistant on Windows 10. This example shows how to integrate Cortana commands into your app using Objective-C projections.

  • Using Projections: Push Notifications - Coming soon

    This example demonstrates how to replace Apple Push Notification Service with Windows Notification Service using Objective-C so you can send push notifications to Windows 10 devices.

  • Using Projections: Ads - Coming soon

    This example will demonstrate the addition of Microsoft ads to your Objective-C code base.

  • Using Projections: Game controllers - Coming soon

    This sample will introduce you to handle key and controller input in Windows using Objective-C.

  • Using Projections: Games for Windows 10 - Coming soon

    This sample will instruct you in the addition of leaderboards and other Windows game components using Objective-C.