Tutorial

Tutorial – Building a Kanban Style Todo App (code included)

… What better way to start learning a new technology than with a tutorial that includes all the sample code? When you finish, or fork, the tutorial you will end up with an application like this: Steven Giesel recently published a 5-part series documenting his experience building a Kanban-style Todo-app using Uno Platform for the first time. Follow along as he takes you through Uno Platform set-up, his thoughts on the platform, and finally a hands-on demonstration of creating a Todo app Kanban-style that runs in your browser, desktop, or mobile! For those of you who are new to Uno Platform, or looking to start using the platform, it allows for building Mobile, Desktop, and WebAssembly apps with C# and XAML and there has never been a better time to get started. We’ve spent a significant portion of our recent releases (Uno Platform 4.0 and 4.1)  improving performance and features, and the tools now available to you to create amazing apps are paving new opportunities Part One – Introduction and Environment set up As a first-time user, Steven gets down to the basics of Uno Platform and covers the differences between the platform and .NET MAUI. With a basic understanding of the