Category Archives: Essentials
I presented on .NET MAUI For Xamarin.Forms Programmers and Advanced .NET MAUI in Prague last week, and it was great (Prague, not the presentations). All went well, but touring Prague was terrific. The city was founded in the 10th century … Continue reading
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My latest book: Learn .NET MAUI — An Essential Guide for C# Developers will be released March 31, 2023. Given the existence and likely enhancements to the .NET MAUI Community Markup Toolkit for C#, and that many people will come … Continue reading
Triggers in .NET MAUI are not that different from triggers in Xamarin.Forms, but since this is not a frequently used feature, I thought I’d provide a quick deep-dive into their usage. Triggers allow you to declare, in your XAML, how … Continue reading
This video, from evolve 2016 covers Test Driven Development in Xamarin.Forms.
Picking the best blog posts is pretty painless as I’m the only one posting, so there is no one to insult, but picking the best podcasts risks slighting some of the amazing people who came on Yet Another Podcast. 5 … Continue reading
Bill Wagner creates C# learning and reference materials for https://learn.microsoft.com. He works with colleagues on the C# team, related content teams, and customers to provide resources for everyone that wants to learn more about C#. He’s also a member of the … Continue reading
Picking up where we left off, I want to add unit tests to my program. Now, I know, I should have been using unit tests all along. I have no excuse and hang my head in shame. To get started, … Continue reading
Part 2 of my discussion with Mads and Dustin on what’s new in C# 11 with a focus on when application developers will use the new features.
I’ve started a tiny bookstore of my favorite books.
Joined today by Mads and Dustin to discuss what’s new in C# 11 with a focus on when application developers will use the new features.