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Xamarin / C# open source SDK developer

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.NET Standard 2.0 is final

You can now start producing .NET Standard 2.0 libraries and NuGet packages. Please use the latest .NET Core 2.0 Preview 2 as it contains many improvements that were necessary to provide a good experience.

Hello WebAssembly

We have been experimenting with a couple of approaches to bring Mono to the web using WebAssembly - a technology that can efficiently and safely execute code in web browsers without being limited to Javascript. Running code written in C or C++ inside the browser has been a big motivator, but most major programming languages have plans to target WebAssembly as a platform

Using Generics in C# to Improve Application Maintainability

In a previous article, Data and Encapsulation in complex C# applications, I talked about two ways to treat runtime data. More specifically, I talked about data encapsulation and behavior-only encapsulation. In a nutshell, encapsulating data means that we have units (e.g. classes) that contain data in a manner that: prevents consumers from accessing it directly (e.g. by putting it in private fields), allows consumers to use public methods that interact with it in an indirect way.

NUKE – A cross-platform build automation system with C# DSL

Builds are full-fledged C# projects. No preprocessing involved! That means all the powerful IDE features like auto-completion, refactorings and formatting will celebrate their comeback.

Develop Locally with HTTPS, Self-Signed Certificates and ASP.NET Core

A Detailed Guide to Setting up HTTPS and Self-Signed Certificates on Your Local Development Environment for ASP.NET Core on Windows and Linux

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