Read about ASP.NET Core and why it is the right choice for your next Web App or Web API.
Device.Net is a cross-platform .NET framework for talking to connected devices such as USB, Serial Port and Hid devices. It aims to make device communication…
Read about creating hot observables using the .NET reactive extensions and the distinction between hot and cold observables.
Learn how to leverage F# code from C# and how functional programming can benefit C# developers.
Listen to Juan Fran Blanco and I discuss cryptocurrency, Ethereuem, and .NET
Read about USB connectivity with .NET and Flutter UI
Submodules allow you to keep a Git repository as a subdirectory of another Git repository. This lets you clone another repository into your project and keep your commits separate.
The options for building cross-platform phone, desktop, and web-apps with C# are expanding. The recent Microsoft Build conference mentioned Blazor, Uno Platform and MAUI. MAUI is an evolution of Xamarin.Forms that targets .NET 5/6. This article compares the technologies and some others and attempts to clarify some confusion around the future of C# cross-platform development.
RestClient.Net is a cross-platform rest-client for .NET Core, .NET Framework, iOS, Android, WASM and UWP. It puts a wrapper over the .NET HttpClient API and allows you to write Rest client code that runs on any of the platforms. Version 4.0 of this library has been released, and I'd like to hear your feedback.