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Understanding Xamarin.Forms Layouts

The first article in this series on Xamarin.Forms looked at some of the features that the toolkit provides, and how it is more than just UI controls. Of course, Xamarin.Forms does provide a rich set of controls to build user interfaces with from a single codebase. In this article, we'll take a look at a […]

5 Features to Watch in Visual Studio 2017

The Visual Studio (VS) engineering teams have shifted into overdrive as they curate the next major release of their flagship IDE. Rather than resting on their laurels, they're making informed decisions while iterating at warp speed with a high degree of quality and innovation. Not only does VS 2017 mark the twentieth anniversary of the […]

What is the Universal Windows Platform (UWP)?

Universal Windows Platform (UWP) is an evolution of the Windows Runtime model that grew out of Universal Windows 8 apps into a broader multi-device strategy for Windows 10. However, for many developers, the specifics remain unclear. In today's Slack chat, members of Progress's Developer Relations team and special guest, Carey Payette, of Falafel Software discuss […]

Build and Deploy Your ASP.NET Core Application with Apache

ASP.NET Core is the latest web framework from Microsoft that supports development with C# and the .NET Framework. In this latest incarnation of ASP.NET, you can choose to use an alternative .NET framework called .NET Core in order to deliver on some amazing new promises from the Microsoft team. By using the .NET Core framework […]

The .NET Core 2 Wave

Will 2017 be the year of .NET Core? Of course it will! I sat down with Scott Hunter (Director of Program Management for the .NET Platform) on the Eat Sleep Code podcast to talk about all things .NET. Scott shared plans for an exciting year of .NET development including the .NET Core 2 Wave, which […]

The State of the Union in ASP.NET Core

This week on the Telerik Developer Network has been focused on ASP.NET Core. Obviously, the ASP.NET Core presents a major change for .NET developers. So our team is here to discuss what it all means in today's Slack chat. Sam Basu: So 2016 has been a pretty interesting year for .NET developers. We have a […]

Working with ASP.NET Core and Data Grids

ASP.NET Core is here and it’s cross-platform, which is kind of awesome. It’s also a bit different from MVC 5, which is kind of annoying. I’ll be the first to admit that I haven’t written any ASP.NET code since version 3, so if you’re new to ASP.NET Core, you’re in good company! Our team recently […]

Migration to ASP.NET Core: Considerations and Strategies

An ASP.NET application developed on Windows and hosted in IIS on Windows Server is what we've known since the inception of the popular web framework in January of 2002. Such applications have been developed inside of Visual Studio proper, and the expansive .NET Framework has furnished the requisite APIs to solve complex business problems. In […]

ASP.NET Intersections: Developers Share Their 2017 Platform of Choice

"The only constant in life is change," famously stated Heraclitus, and he is still right 2,500 years later. Even if we focus on the relatively stable ASP.NET platform, we can still see a lot of changes over the last few years — a new version of ASP.NET MVC written from scratch, tons of client-side frameworks […]

It’s a Good Day to Be a C# Developer

Recently at Connect(), Microsoft made a slew of new announcements. First, the public availability of Visual Studio 2017 Release Candidate. This just isn't a new version of the signature developer tool, it also includes the latest bits for C# 7.0. Second, Google announced they were joining the .NET Foundation. This means that Google, technically a […]