Uno Platform Weekly Live Coding

Among our many features and initiatives, one that we want to highlight to our community is our weekly live-coding session that happens every Tuesday. Uno Platform Live Coding sessions are hosted by Uno Platform CTO Jérôme Laban and for roughly 60 minutes, Jérôme whiteboards and codes live side projects with Uno Platform, demonstrates new features, and troubleshoots different issues and bugs that arise. The Live coding sessions allow Uno Platform users to witness the thought process of a senior software engineer solving a problem and how it is then implemented into code. Users can join live and ask questions at any time and clarify concepts they may be unsure of. If you have any topic requests, questions that you want to be answered, feel free to reach out to @jlaban. Make sure you sign up for notification when Jérôme goes live on his Twitch channel – (re)starting next week March 8th, when he is back from vacation. Even heroes deserve to take a break! About Uno Platform For those new to Uno Platform – it allows for creation of pixel-perfect, single-source C# and XAML apps which run natively on Windows, iOS, Android, macOS, Linux and Web via WebAssembly. Uno Platform

Uno Platform on Channel 9 – Demo Galore!

Last week we were guests at the inaugural Visual Studio Toolbox show in the changed, longer & live format. With the extra time we had we were able to show Uno in many different scenarios and answer attendee questions along the way. Thank you Leslie and Robert for inviting us. Demos you can see at our interview: 1. Creating a simple Uno Platform application 2. Integrating sample Slider control from WinUI and running it cross platform on WebAssembly, Android and Linux 3. Using XAML Hot Reload with Uno Platform 4. Using WinUI TreeView control and running it on Linux and Web 5. Windows-Terminal-Like Windows UI TabView on Linux and Web 6. Windows Calculator running on Web via Uno Platform 7. Windows Community Toolkit RangeSelector control running on Linux 8. Windows Community Toolkit Grid control running on Linux and Web Assembly , including grouping, resizing, etc. 9. Using Fluent and Material design systems included with Uno Platform 10. Using SQLite and Uno Platform 11. Using Syncfusion Charts 12. Using Infragistics Charts and Graphs To expand on one of the topics – using Uno Platform and Infragistics controls, on March 4th we are holding a joint webinar with Brian Lagunas of Infragistics.

Uno Platform Twitch Tuesdays

Late last year we started our “Twitch Tuesday” initiative. Every Tuesday around 3PM EST our CTO Jerome Laban or one of the engineers on Uno team will live stream real Uno Platform development – fixing open issues or developing new features. We also take questions from the audience while we code, a great benefit for attending live . Stay tuned to  – one live stream is on today. Also, here are recordings of the past few streams – enjoy! Uno Platform, .NET 5 and WinUI .NET 5 creates multiple opportunities for Uno Platform to improve performance and reduce solution complexity. With .NET 5, we can better target traditional Microsoft Windows targets, but also WebAssembly, Linux and macOS. See recording for more details     Pivot And State Triggers Issue Work & Close                

Demo – Working on Home Automation with Xamarin, Uno Platform, IoT and Azure IoT central

Now you are no longer only a mobile developer – now you are also an IoT developer! Allan Pead, a Microsoft MVP from South Africa delivered a talk to MSDUG, taking the code sharing to the extreme. It is a Home Automation application he developed for his own purpose, in his own house. Watch below for a super cool 15-min demonstration of code sharing between a native mobile app and IoT device (IoT controller) and having them interact through the cloud (IoT Central/Azure), Raspberry Pi and MQTT.   You can see the demo here – fast forward to 2:11:00 (yes, 2 hours, 11 min in).