.NET Conf Focus on MAUI – That’s a wrap!

Jeffrey Fritz

.NET Conf: Focus on MAUI is a wrap! Our one-day .NET MAUI developer conference coincided with the release of Visual Studio 2022 version 17.3 an the launch of general availability of .NET MAUI tooling. The day was packed with sessions covering all topics of building beautiful multi-platform apps with .NET MAUI including designing UI, publishing apps, real-time apps, and so much more. In this post, I will cover some highlights from the event and give you all the information to get caught up on recordings and ongoing .NET MAUI activities that you can get involved with today.

Keynote highlights

Lead by David Ortinau and Maddy Montaquila, the .NET MAUI team and community brought 14 live sessions and another 10 pre-recorded sessions to this event. Our speakers taught about the various framework capabilities, language features, and device interactions possible with .NET MAUI. We also introduced the Visual Studio 17.3 release and announced our roadmap.

.NET MAUI Roadmap

.NET MAUI Schedule

Catch all the session recordings

All sessions are available on-demand sessions online on the .NET YouTube channel and Microsoft Docs Events page.

In addition to the live sessions, we also had several on-demand with some great deep-dive content for building apps with .NET MAUI:

Get the slides and demo code

Want the slides and demo code so you can follow along, or use in your own events? They’re available on GitHub, including the fancy .NET MAUI – Point of Sale demo app from the keynote.

.NET MAUI point of sale demo app

Even more MAUI fun on the way!

Ready for more? We’ve got a lot of great ways to keep learning and building with .NET MAUI for you!

Show off your style in the Beautiful UI Challenge

Our Beautiful UI challenge is continuing through August 31. Submit your entry to Snppts or the .NET MAUI Good Looking UI showcase for a fancy new sticker pack!

Join us for a Learn Live event

We’re kicking off a Learn Live video series every week starting September 7, 2022 through November 16, 2022 (7 episodes).

Join us for this live learning experience where you will be guided by subject matter experts (James Montemagno, Matt Soucoup, Jon Galloway, and Katie Savage) through the Learn modules below in real time along with developers around the globe. Earn badges, prepare for certifications and Learn Live with a great community!

Join a local Microsoft Reactor event

We are collaborating with community members around the globe through local in-person (and online) .NET MAUI events and meetups. Join Microsoft team members and the community to hear all about .NET MAUI and learn how you can create your first .NET MAUI project.

Join us at an in-person event near you, or catch a live stream from one of our Microsoft Reactor events.

Host your own event

Want to host an event at your local meetup? Let us know, and we’ll help promote it and send you some swag to give away. Want to host an event at your local meetup? Let us know, and we’ll help promote it and send you some swag to give away.

Get ready for .NET Conf – November 8-11!

We’ve got another .NET Conf event planned for you, November 8-11 2022. This event will feature the .NET 7 launch and a 24-hour around-the-world day of content for you by members of the .NET Community. The call for content is open NOW, so if you are a speaker and would like to present as part of .NET Conf 2022 please submit your topic ideas on Sessionize.

Thanks for watching and we’ll see you in November!


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  • Jan Seriš 1

    MAUI team is very slow in providing fixes on issues. There are so many bugs and more and more are discovered everyday. The test infrastructure seems to be underestimated and the developer team as well. There is little feedback for issues from may, june etc and they will be probably lost in history.

    The bugs from last 30 days haven’t been even verified yet.

    SwipeView hasn’t been working properly for 4 months and still counting! https://github.com/dotnet/maui/issues/6018

  • Alexey Gritsenko 0

    At last! VS 17.3 this is what is .NET MAUI GA for me. Unfortunately, the developers have accumulated a lot of bugs by this time, and instead of fixing them, they are chasing the next version. I don’t think this is the right approach.

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