Microsoft appears to be following through on its promise to provide resources to iOS developers that facilitate the porting of apps to Windows.
The project, identified by the code name “Islandwood” earlier this year, has been renamed to Windows Bridge for iOS, and the company is making the source code available .
I had a surprisingly hard time finding the GitHub sources for the project. No news on Microsoft’s developer home page, nor on the Interoperability Bridges blog (oops, not updated since January, 2014). I even searched Microsoft’s GitHub repositories but couldn’t find anything matching “windows bridge ios” or variations.
Finally, I searched Twitter for related news until I found a link to a story that actually linked to the GitHub project .
The project’s famiilar name is WinObjC. And yes, it is on GitHub .
Update:If I knew The Verge’s format a bit better I might have noticed they credit the source, Microsoft’s own Windows blog , which in fact links to the GitHub project and includes the WinObjC.