How Apple plans to simplify porting iOS apps to macOS

June 6, 2018 Abhimanyu Ghoshal


Among all the underwhelming announcements of new features for its operating systems at the WWDC keynote, Apple did have something interesting to share with developers wondering about building apps for macOS and iOS. We previously heard rumors about the company merging its mobile and desktop platform in what was allegedly codenamed Project Marzipan; Apple’s SVP for software engineering, Craig Federighi, debunked the claim on stage, saying: John Gruber, who blogs about Apple at Daring Fireball, wrote last month that there wasn’t going to be a merge, but rather an API that would make porting apps between platforms easier. Federighi confirmed…

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