Wednesday June 8th 2022.
.NET MAUI provides an extremely flexible and powerful way to create apps for Android, iOS, macOS, and Windows, from very simple to extremely robust and complex. Is this one size fits all? Where should you start? In this session I'll run through what .NET MAUI is, how it fits in the .NET ecosystem, differences with Xamarin and how to get started yourself!
Blazor enables building client-side web UI with .NET, but sometimes you need more than what the web platform offers. Sometimes you need full access to the native capabilities of the device.
You can now host Blazor components in .NET MAUI apps to build cross-platform native apps using web UI. The components run natively in the .NET process and render web UI to an embedded web view control using a local interop channel.
This hybrid approach gives you the best of native and the web. Your components can access native functionality through the .NET platform, and they render standard web UI. .NET MAUI Blazor apps can run anywhere .NET MAUI can (Windows, Mac, iOS, and Android).
Gerald Versluis is a Senior Software Engineer at Microsoft working on .NET MAUI. Since 2009 Gerald has been working on a variety of projects, ranging from frontend to backend and anything in between that involve Azure, ASP.NET and all kinds of other .NET technologies. At some point he fell in love with cross-platform and mobile development with Xamarin. Since then he has been an active community member, writing, tweeting and presenting about all things tech. Gerald can be found on Twitter as @jfversluis, blogging at https://blog.verslu.is or liking and subscribing on his YouTube channel.
The host of the night is Betabit!
Note that the location is NOT at their office!
This event will take place at the Skybar, in the Techtower Eindhoven on the Flight Forum (techtowereindhoven.nl/faciliteiten#skybar).
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