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Windows.UI.Composition is fully public, the preview capability is no longer required with build 10586 and SDK Version 1511 RRS feed

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  • Prior to the latest release of Windows 10 in build 10586 the Windows.UI.Composition API required the use of a preview capability to run and apps built with the were not permitted in the store.

    We are pleased to announce that as of build 10586 the API is now fully public and the capability is no longer required. Apps developed with API can be added to the store.

    Monday, November 30, 2015 9:20 PM
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  • Please note that during the preview phase, thanks to developer feedback, the API was changed. Applications written in the preview API will need to be updated significantly as there were changes.

    As the API is fully public you are no longer requires to have a preview capability in you application manifest. If you update an preview project, please be sure to remove this preview capability from your manifest:

      <rescap:Capability Name="previewUiComposition" />

    This is no longer needed and may prevent store ingestion.

    For other questions on changes please see the full list of API changes.

    Monday, November 30, 2015 9:28 PM
    Moderator