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Microsoft has recently announced the release of the Windows App SDK Version 1.3.1 (1.3.230502000), a servicing release that includes critical bug fixes for the 1.3 release. This update is an essential one for all developers who have been facing issues with the previous version of the SDK. Here is a detailed list of fixes and improvements in Windows App SDK Version 1.3.1 (1.3.230502000).


Upgrade Your Windows App SDK: Version 1.3.1 Fixes Crashing Issues and More
Upgrade Your Windows App SDK: Version 1.3.1 Fixes Crashing Issues and More


What's new and improved in Windows App SDK v1.3.1?

One of the most significant improvements in this version is the fixing of a bug that caused apps to crash when setting the SystemBackdrop if the Content was null. This bug has been addressed and resolved, ensuring that developers can now set the SystemBackdrop without experiencing any issues.


Another bug that has been fixed is one that caused apps to crash when setting the Window Title in XAML, which was a new capability added in the previous release. Developers can now set the Window Title in XAML without any worries.



In addition to the above, Microsoft has also addressed an issue where a window incorrectly took focus when its content changed. This has been fixed, ensuring that windows behave as expected and do not take focus unnecessarily.


Finally, the release also includes an update to the project templates available on the Visual Studio Marketplace. This update includes fixes for creating C++ projects with the WinAppSDK 1.3 project templates.


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