Now we need people very knowledgeable in ARM64 (AArch64) programming to bring in a new ReactOS port.
Official support for Windows 10 on ARM development
Microsoft wrote:Thu Nov 15, 2018 3:59 pmToday is an exciting day for Windows 10 on ARM. With the official release of Visual Studio 15.9, developers now have the officially supported SDK and tools for creating 64-bit ARM (ARM64) apps. In addition, the Microsoft Store is now officially accepting submissions for apps built for the ARM64 architecture.
This news comes at a great time, as this holiday season, our partners Lenovo and Samsung are offering new Windows 10 on ARM devices featuring the Qualcomm Snapdragon 850 processor. These second-generation ARM64 devices provide even more computing power for developers to tap into while continuing to deliver the beyond-all-day battery life customers expect from Windows 10 on ARM. Like the first-generation ARM64 devices, they are also thin, light, fast, and designed with instant-on 4G LTE connectivity in mind, while able to run the wide ecosystem of Windows applications thanks to an x86 emulation layer.
I've updated the ARM Port wiki page accordingly to motivate new coming ARM enthusiasts, hope they will notice and appreciate it.
If you feel you can into the ARM64 OS development and programming, these messages would be useful for you:
- Post by andreiw (an ARM64 UEFI developer): https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=16846596
- Post by binarymaster (it's me): https://github.com/andreiw/RaspberryPiP ... -435827944
- Post by ThFabba (ReactOS core developer): viewtopic.php?f=2&t=17213&p=131630#p131630
- Post by jimtabor (ReactOS core developer): viewtopic.php?f=4&t=17230&p=134592#p134592
Feel free to spread the word around the communities.