"The integration of F# in OpenSilver 2.1 bridges the gap between functional programming and the development of rich, interactive web UIs."
Embracing automated testing is crucial for achieving technical resilience in modern applications, and for web UI testing that embrace is easier with Microsoft's Playwright.
Enterprise search specialist dtSearch enhanced ASP.NET Core functionality in the latest update to its flagship product.
Microsoft's Daniel Roth took to X (Twitter) to garner feedback on Blazor WebAssembly client-side debugging and received an earful in response, including complaints about associated Hot Reload functionality.
"For the first time, developers can use VB.NET and XAML to build web applications," exclaimed Giovanni Albani, CEO of Userware, in announcing the general availability of OpenSilver 2.0.
Microsoft detailed how a Copilot AI assistant and other advanced tech serves to bolster its low-code Power Platform, which includes components to help "ordinary business users" or "citizen developers" create applications, web sites and more.
Going beyond the many "hello world" presentations out there, expert developer and presenter Chris Klug specializes in sharing his higher-level knowledge on topics including Microsoft's ASP.NET Core framework for web development.
GrapeCity, a third-party development tool maker for .NET UI controls for mobile, web and desktop, shipped its flagship ComponentOne 2023 v2 suite with updates for WinUI, .NET MAUI, WinForms and other Microsoft-centric controls.
Web devs looking for a performance boost can pick some low-hanging fruit by using caching, but the topic might be more complicated than it seems and could affect stability.
Third-party .NET UX/UI dev tooling vendor Infragistics touted customized controls for Blazor and Web Components in the latest release of its flagship offering for desktop, web and mobile app designers and developers.
Userware is using vestiges of the long-gone and sorely missed Microsoft Silverlight web-dev platform to power its new "XAML for Blazor" offering, which lets .NET developers use markup language within client-side Blazor applications.
Microsoft's fourth preview of .NET 8 continues to boost native native Ahead-of-Time (AOT) compilation, while Blazor gets streaming component rendering.
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