The exciting news in April for mobile app development is the release of .NET MAUI Release Candidate (RC).
In Part Three of our .NET MAUI Deep-Dive, we look at adding styling, CSS, navigation, device features, connectivity and more.
.NET MAUI Preview 13 is out together with Visual Studio 17.2 Preview 1. With the release upcoming, not only have we got quality improvements but surprisingly also new implementations.
In part two of our deep-dive into .NET MAUI, we build out our MAUI app. Looking at navigation, adding Shell, building a Model and more.
In this series of posts, we will explain how to get started with .Net MAUI and deep dive into the sections that make up a MAUI App while we create a simple demo App.
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.
.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.
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.
Google and Apple have produced Exposure Notification APIs through Bluetooth Low Energy to aid in contact tracing. The Xamarin team has been following the development closely and the first preview of bindings for Android and iOS Exposure APIs is now out.