It's Tuesday today, and Microsoft is keeping up with its tradition of releasing Windows 10 SDK Preview builds the week after a new Windows 10 build is released to Insiders. This week's SDK comes with build number 18334, the same as the Insider build released last Friday.
As usual, there are no major changes in this release, with Microsoft highlighting the same changes as it has in previous blog posts. There's a new AcrylicBrush blend mode called Luminosity, and some features have been added to the Message Compiler. The only real change in this build is that Microsoft has removed the PushNotificationChannelsRevokedEventArgs class that's been in previous flights.
There are also some notes you'll be familiar with - you can use this SDK alongside a stable release, but it can only be installed in PCs running Windows Insider builds in the 19H1 branch. Additionally, this SDK build is only compatible with Visual Studio 2017 or higher. You also can't publish apps that target a newer version of Windows just yet.