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MAUI is essentially the evolution of Xamarin.Forms, embracing WinUI 3 and expanding from a mobile focus to desktop apps as well. It’s still in preview at the time of writing, but only just – release candidate 1 came out on April 12th 2022.
Every day we need to develop new APIs, whether at work or for study purposes, and some features can help us with the use of good practices in a simple way. And through this post, I want to show you some features that I use daily.
While debugging .NET code, inspecting a large and complex collection object can be tedious and difficult. Hence, starting from Visual Studio 17.2. Preview 2, we are introducing a new Visualizer, which will help you view IEnumerable objects such as Arrays, List, etc. in a customized tabular view.
In this article, we are discussing problems that rely on Garbage Collector as a memory management strategy brings. Then we discuss the idea of adding C++ style “delete operator and destructors methods” to the .NET framework in addition to Garbage Collector.
This ebook is meant to be a step-by-step guide for you to learn how to use some of the most in-demand IaC tools that exist: Terraform, Ansible, Puppet (and Puppet Bolt), Chef, and Salt. Each tool is covered as mostly a stand-alone-project that focuses on deploying a simple Docker-based Python web application from Github.
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