Today we’re going to see my first impressions with DotNet MAUI and what is the new ecosystem that Microsoft offers us for mobile cross-platform development.
MAUI (Multi-platform App UI) is the evolution of Xamarin.Forms and promises a new experience for developers when it comes to building their applications while enjoying a better architecture with all the benefits that this entails.
MAUI offers many benefits for developers, but in this article we won’t dwell on those details, but if I leave you a list of resources below so you can stay up to date.
Here are the sections discussed in the video:
- MVVM XAML, MVU Comet and Mobile Blazor Bindings
- And much more…
- Introducing .NET Multi-platform App UI | .NET Blog (microsoft.com)
- You searched for maui | .NET Blog (microsoft.com)
- dotnet/maui (github.com)
- Status · dotnet/maui Wiki (github.com)
- Announcing .NET MAUI Preview 3 | .NET Blog (microsoft.com)
Important, if you want to know the difference between Cross-platform and Multi-platform read the article. If you want to see a little what #DotNetMAUI or .NET MAUI offers do not let me see my first impressions.
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I hope these first impressions will be of use to you. A hug, and until next time.