With .NET 6 and the latest Visual Studio 2022 preview, developers can create a hybrid Blazor/.NET MAUI app that can work with local machine resources in ways that ordinary Blazor (web) apps can't.
Infragistics Ultimate 21.2 is out with an integrated low-code App Builder and 17 new controls for the Blazor and Web Components libraries of Ignite UI, the company's web-based UI toolkit.
Will web developers do all their debugging, styling and tweaking in the browser some day?
Microsoft is touting new capabilities in ASP.NET Core web development in Visual Studio 2022 thanks to a new Razor editor powered by a Razor Language Server.
ASP.NET Core sees a bunch of new features and functionality in the just-released .NET 6, including Blazor updates, Hot Reload and minimal APIs.
Microsoft published new documentation for its .NET 6 web-dev component, ASP.NET Core, including the red-hot Blazor framework.
Microsoft, in the process of unifying all things .NET with the upcoming .NET 6, has also been unifying .NET communities, with the latest move along that line being the introduction of new forums.
Userware, on a years-long mission to provide an open source alternative to Microsoft Silverlight, shipped OpenSilver 1.0 just as Microsoft ended support for the popular web-dev tool.
Less than a month before .NET 6 ships, Microsoft announced Blazor WebAssembly apps can now use native dependencies, allowing developers to tap into native C code, for example, upon jumping through a few hoops.
Eric Vogel provides step-by-step instructions to create an ASP.NET 5 Core web app in Visual Studio 2019 and embed a Power BI report in it.
The new R3 2021 release of Progress Telerik developer tooling for .NET developers is out with new controls for Blazor, .NET MAUI (evolution of Xamarin.Forms) and desktop offerings including WinUI, WPF and WinForms.
"It is challenging to make native AI applications portable to multiple platforms given the variations in programming languages and deployment environments."
Will advanced AI robots replace professional software developers? Depends on who you ask.
Some 10 years after the final Microsoft Silverlight release, some developers still fear being "Silverlighted," or seeing a development product in which they have invested heavily be abandoned by Microsoft.
Did you ever wonder why Microsoft doesn't provide a component library for Blazor, like Angular and others do?
The big annual Stack Overflow Developer Survey reveals some curious data points, like .NET Core/.NET 5 being the "most loved" non-web dev framework even though the old .NET Framework that it's replacing is still being used more.
Extensions like the Chrome Debugger or the Microsoft Edge Debugger are no longer needed.
In shipping .NET 6 Preview 6 this week, Microsoft described it as a "small" release as the dev team eyes wrapping up major new features and functionality, but it nevertheless contains several updates to ASP.NET Core and its Blazor component for coding web apps in C#.
In announcing Windows 11, Microsoft said a more open Microsoft Store ecosystem will provide more opportunities for developers.
A new update to Infragistics UI/UX tooling enhances many components that target .NET-centric developers, including Blazor, Windows Forms, Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) and more.
In the brand-new .NET 6 Preview 5, the dev team has furthered Hot Reload functionality in the ASP.NET Core component, used for web development.
In the new v3.8 release of the open source Uno Platform, a new grid control revamped with Microsoft code is said to provide a 2x performance boost.
Client-side debugging of Blazor WebAssembly apps, a hot topic among developers, is being addressed in the Rider .NET IDE from JetBrains, starting with a new Early Access Program build.
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