If a NuGet packages says that it supports .Net Framework,Core,Standard, does it supports UWP?

MG Bhadurudeen 616 Reputation points
2021-11-23T07:20:15.557+00:00

If a component/framework/NuGet package says that it supports the following,
.NET Framework 4.0+
.NET Core
.NET Standard 1.0 and 2.0

What does it mean, does it mean that it supports UWP apps? or can't it be meant so?

(Sorry if the question is vague. I see a few DI frameworks that say, they support the .Net frameworks mentioned above, they don't mention the word UWP, so this question arose)

Universal Windows Platform (UWP)
.NET Runtime
.NET Runtime
.NET: Microsoft Technologies based on the .NET software framework.Runtime: The period of time during which a program is being executed in a computer.
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  1. 2021-11-23T08:56:17.647+00:00

    Hello,
    Welcome to Microsoft Q&A!

    If a NuGet packages says that it supports .Net Framework,Core,Standard, does it supports UWP?

    Please refer to .NET implementation support document the matched UWP version with .NET Standard 1.0 and 2.0 are uap 10.0 - uap 10.0.16299. if your NuGet support .NET Standard 1.0 or 2.0, it could available in UWP platform. Please note .NET Standard 2.1 is TBD (to be decided ) Status for UWP now.

    Thank you.


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