Microsoft Build saw the General Availability of .NET MAUI! We have been following the journey throughout the previews and release candidate and it is very exciting to now see this available and built into .NET 6.
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.
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.
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.
Xamarin.Forms 4.7 was released in June with a host of improvements. As with all Xamarin.Forms releases, every feature update brings you more customisation, faster coding and an expansion of options to create with.
Microsoft's acquisition of Xamarin is good news for app developers. With the .NET and Visual Studio structure, developers can create cross-platform mobile apps.