Uno Platform 3.2: .NET 5, C# 9 support and .NET 5 WebAssembly AOT Support

🕓 4 MIN The 3.2 release is loaded with features and performance improvements. Most of the release focused on upcoming .NET 5 and all benefits Uno Platform gets from building on top of it. However, we are also releasing improvements to the controls and tooling we introduced in previous releases. Adding preview support for .NET 5 and .NET […]

Consuming a Web Service from Uno Platform – Cats API Client

🕓 < 1 MIN This how-to will walk you through the process of creating a multi-platform application that leverages web services. This blog post is courtesy of Daren May, software architect, Microsoft MVP and developer trainer who contributed this article to Uno documentation. The resulting Uno WebAssembly application  looks like the below animated gif. The same application also runs […]

WebAssembly tools, frameworks, and libraries for .NET Developers

🕓 4 MIN WebAssembly provides a way to run code written in multiple languages on the web at near-native speed, with client apps running on the web that previously couldn’t have done so. This is why it’s gaining quick adoption and more awareness in the web community. Using the WebAssembly JavaScript APIs, you can load WebAssembly modules into […]

DotNetConf 2020, .NET 5, Uno Platform and Prizes to be Won

🕓 3 MIN Uno Platform is sponsoring DotNetConf 2020 – the place where .NET 5 will debut! You should register for DotNetConf – it is coming up from November 10-12. Not only will you learn about .NET 5 but there will be plenty of prize giveaways by Uno Platform and other sponsors. For the Treasure Hunt we will […]

Windows Calculator on Linux via Uno Platform

🕓 4 MIN We’ve done it again. We’ve ported the open-source Windows Calculator to yet another platform: Linux! With all the rumors of a Microsoft browser – Edge – coming to Linux soon, we thought it would be good to show that the open source community can be effective in bringing a piece of Windows to Linux. If […]

The first Uno Platform PR – caught on camera!

🕓 < 1 MIN As part of Hacktoberfest 2020, one of the most active Uno Platforms contributors – Martin Zikmund – and one Uno fan – Jeremy Sinclair, pair-programmed on Twitch in order solve one open Uno Platform issue. This was Jeremy’s first PR to Uno Platform. If you are new to Uno Platform and would like to both […]