A roundup of what's new in Visual Studio 2022, Xamarin and .NET MAUI preview 10.
What is .NET MAUI? How does it differ from Xamarin? What do I need to do to get started or move over my Xamarin apps? This blog covers all this and more.
A little about .NET MAUI Essentials, the future of Xamarin.Essentials.
Xamarin Community ToolKit is set to become .NET MAUI ToolKit. This will be a new Community Toolkit library fully optimized for .NET MAUI.
.NET 6 went into its first preview in the middle of February. Though it is not due for release until November, .NET Multi-platform App UI (MAUI) is worth taking a look a look at now. It is something to understand and get excited about, with a lot of changes coming.
Azure Mobile Apps v4.2.0 saw an update of all core platforms with the migration to .NET Standard.
The .NET conference of last week had large segments devoted to Xamarin and we thought this was a good time to take a look at Xamarin.Forms 5.0.
Support for iOS 14 and Xcode 12 accompanied Apple’s Xcode 12 GM release, meaning it is now possible to build Xamarin.Forms for iOS and Xamarin.iOS apps with Xcode 12 GM and present your iOS 14, tvOS 14 and watchOS7 apps in the Apple App Store.
In this blog, we take a look at four recent custom cloud development projects that we have undertaken using Azure Integration Services, The Power Platform and more.
A look at successful custom software development with AppCan - the smart field data solution. Part two in the series.