Topic: net maui

Long-awaited .NET MAUI is now available

Microsoft has announced the general availability of .NET MAUI, which was first introduced in 2020 as a step in unifying .NET development across devices and platforms. MAUI stands for “Multi-platform App UI,” and enables developers to build cross-platform applications from a single C# codebase.  “The thin and decoupled UI and layout architecture of .NET MAUI … continue reading

SD Times news digest: .NET MAUI Preview 11; Spark-NLP 3.4.0; Cloud Security Alliance releases guidance for using AI in healthcare; CAST Highlight SCA Chrome extension

Microsoft recently announced the release of .NET MAUI Preview 11. As a part of this release, users will gain access to the first batch of Fluent UI control styling, multi-window implementations, control features, and another set of iOS type alignment. This preview runs on the latest preview of .NET 6 and is available with Visual … continue reading

SD Times news digest: NuGet 6.0; .NET MAUI Preview 10; Contrast Security $150 million in Series E funding

Microsoft announced that NuGet 6.0 is being included in Visual Studio 2022 and .NET 6.0 out of the box. NuGet 6.0 can also be downloaded for macOS, Windows, and Linux as a standalone executable. The NuGet tooling assists developers in discovering new .NET packages to use for their .NET applications, while also making package management … continue reading

SD Times news digest: .NET MAUI Preview 9; App pricing updates in Google Workspace Marketplace; Rocket Software acquires database products from Zumasys

The .NET Multi-platform App UI (MAUI) Preview 9 is now available with .NET 6 RC2 and in the preview channel of Visual Studio 2022 Preview 5. Preview 9 adds support for borders, corners, and shadows across most controls and layouts. In addition, Preview 9 also focuses on performance improvements to help Android apps start instantly. … continue reading

Microsoft unveils plans to sunset Xamarin Community Toolkit

Microsoft is revealing plans for the future of its Xamarin Community Toolkit as the .NET MAUI release nears. This year the company has been working to unify Xamarin SDKs into .NET, and it released .NET MAUI as an evolution of Xamarin.Forms with the ultimate goal of acting as a replacement.  Included in the plans is … continue reading

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