Adaptive Cards UWP Visualizer for Windows 10 [Download]

The UWP Adaptive Cards Visualizer prerelease version is now available in the Microsoft Store so you can grab this for your development work from here. This is an important tool for developers to describe the content as they see fit and deliver it beautifully wherever their customers are. The Cards are a new way to exchange card content in a usual and consistent way. Read – MSIX Packaging Tool for Windows 10 1903.

You are able to download Adaptive Cards UWP Visualizer for Windows 10 directly from the Store without any hassles. You will find the code comes from the latest code on GitHub from the master branch. These are updated frequently to be alive replication of the current code in master.

Adaptive Cards UWP Visualizer

Adaptive Cards UWP Visualizer for Windows 10

Here is how to download Adaptive Cards UWP Visualizer for Windows 10 –

Step-1: Go to this page and click on the Get button.

Step-2: Select Open Microsoft store and let the application load.

Step-3: Again click Get to download and install Adaptive Cards UWP Visualizer.

Step-4: After a while, when you get a notification to open the tool; click on Launch.

Step-5: Alternatively, you can directly open Microsoft Store and type Adaptive Cards in the search box and select the same from the result.

Then follow from step-5 to install the tool.

Your device should have at least Windows 10 version 15063.0 to get the visualizer. And the architecture of the system should be minimum x86.

After installing, put the Adaptive Cards into either of Outlook Actionable Messages, Cortana Skills, Windows Timeline, and Microsoft Teams to work with it. Moreover, you can render it inside your own apps by using the SDKs. In addition, Github provides you to participate in the development of the card by reviewing the source code changes, engaging with users and joining the discussion on Twitter. You can also contribute to the bug fixes of the Adaptive Cards for Windows 10.

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Topics:  Windows 10
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Love to play with Windows 11 and 10. Suggestion - Going for Registry change or system files edit then remember to take a backup or create a restore point before Starting.