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#439 – October 31, 2022


Sharing Code with Blazor & .NET MAUI

We’ve heard the promise of .NET MAUI and Blazor together—but how realistic is it? Can Blazor developers truly power native apps with .NET MAUI while using shared components and styles? The answer is yes—let’s take a look.

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