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Why Developers Should Install WSL Today

In this post, App Dev Managers Matt Hyon and August Banks spotlights the developer benefits of WSL. You've just finished installing the Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) on your Windows 10 computer and feel pleased to see your favorite Linux distro icon pinned to your taskbar. You click to open a shell session and think, "OK, what can I do ...

Role of Web Based Technologies In Maximizing Code Sharing In Your Applications

In this post, Premier Developer Consultant Wael Kdouh shares ideas of the alternatives to reduce web complexity and increase code sharing. He does a side-by-side comparison of Cordova/Iconic, NativeScript, and React Native to help you explore some of your options to reduce complexity. I was recently approached by a colleague of mine ...

Converting PCL (Portable Class Libraries) to .NET Standard Class Libraries

In Part 1 of this 3 part series, App Dev Manager, Herald Gjura discusses converting PCL (Portable Class Libraries) to .NET Standard Class Libraries. Overview I have been working for this client for quite a few years and had advised them to break down some of their key business functionality and features and distribute them as NuGet packages...

.NET Core Overview

In this post, Senior Application Development Manager, Sash Kavalaparambil introduces .NET Core and many of the features that make it a powerhouse for cross platform development scenarios. It has been over 16 years since the first version of .NET framework has been released. In spite of its wide adoption among developer community, todays ...

Referencing a PCL project in both ASP.NET Core and Xamarin Forms

Thanks to Premier Developer Consultant Gustavo Varo for this prescriptive guidance on cross-platform development with Xamarin and ASP.NET Core. Back in March while working with Xamarin Forms and ASP.NET Core, I identified the need of sharing some code between both projects. My very first idea was to create a PCL (Portable Class Library) ...

Leveraging Native UI in Apache Cordova Apps Using Project Ace

This article comes to us from Premier Developer consultant Wael Kdouh. When it comes to Cross Platform Mobile Development there are two options that stand out today. The first option is Xamarin which allows users to use C# and XAML to develop once and deploy everywhere natively. The second option is Apache Cordova which allows users to use ...

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