Running a Windows UI (Project Reunion) App as Partial Trust (Windows App Container)

I’ve covered this a couple of times already but it’s already possible to run a Windows UI (aka WinUI / Project Reunion) app as “partial trust”. This is roughly equivalent to the security context of a UWP application. However, there are some difference, which I’m assuming Microsoft will have to bridge if they’re going to … Continue reading “Running a Windows UI (Project Reunion) App as Partial Trust (Windows App Container)”

Running Your Windows UI / Project Reunion App in the Windows App Container (sandbox)

In a number of my previous posts I’ve challenged the need for Windows UI (WinUI3) to continue to support UWP. In nearly every instance I get push back from the community regarding all the features that are missing from Project Reunion and that UWP needs to be the future – but why I ask? wah, … Continue reading “Running Your Windows UI / Project Reunion App in the Windows App Container (sandbox)”

Combining .NET 5, WinUI, UWP – FullTrust, PartialTrust, WindowsAppContainer

As Microsoft progresses towards the first release of WinUI3 and in parallel invests into Project Reunion, the gap between Win32 based applications (eg WinForms, WPF) and UWP applications is being eroded. In this post we’re going to look at the role of trust, identity, capabilities and the Windows App Container, and how they relate to … Continue reading “Combining .NET 5, WinUI, UWP – FullTrust, PartialTrust, WindowsAppContainer”