Looking to advance application design, Microsoft today is detailing its Fluent Design System, which is intended to help developers build engaging applications that work on multiple types of systems.

At its Build conference, Microsoft also revealed more developer support for its Universal Windows Platform (UWP) and a few details of the next version of Windows 10.Fluent Design System
Previously known as Project Neon, Fluent Design System is built to “help developers create more expressive and engaging apps that work across a variety of devices and input diversity,” said Microsoft spokesman Frank Shaw.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here

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