Topic: opensilver

OpenSilver 3.0 adds AI-assisted UI designer

Userware, the company behind OpenSilver, an open-source .NET UI framework, have announced the release of OpenSilver 3.0. The update introduces an AI-based UI editor (still in preview), a drag-and-drop UI designer, and an online XAML designer. The new AI-powered UI editor will allow developers to create applications or make changes to specific UI elements using … continue reading

OpenSilver 2.1 adds support for F#

OpenSilver, which is an open-source project designed to replace the defunct Microsoft Silverlight framework, has announced the availability of its new 2.1 release.  According to the project’s maintainers, this update is a significant one for the platform. It adds support for F#, which is an open-source programming language that offers advantages that enable developers to … continue reading

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: OpenSilver

A open-source reimplementation of Silverlight has been released. OpenSilver is a modern, plugin-free, open-source version of Microsoft’s Silverlight solution that runs on current browsers via WebAssembly.  The team explained that while Microsoft Silverlight has enabled developers to build rich Internet apps using C#, XAML, and .NET, browsers have stopped supporting plugins. As a result, many … continue reading Protection Status