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Microsoft Introducing .NET Multi-platform App UI | MSBuild 2020 NEWS

Microsoft Introducing .NET Multi-platform App UI at MSBuild Event 2020

It’s really great news for all of us, Microsoft Introducing .NET Multi-platform App UI. Now, you can build anything or any type of application with the .NET ecosystem. It’s one of the main reasons that’s why millions of developers are interested to move into the .NET ecosystem as the platform for their careers, and also companies invest in the .NET ecosystem for their businesses and new projects. A .NET ecosystem can help you with almost every use case.

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With .NET 5 we begin our journey of unifying the .NET platform, bringing .NET Core and Mono/Xamarin together in one base class library (BCL) and toolchain (SDK).
As we consider what building device applications will look like in a unified .NET, we see many devices across multiple platforms used, from Android and iOS to Windows and macOS. To address this need we are excited to announce a new first-class UI framework for doing just that: .NET Multi-platform App UI, affectionately call .NET MAUI.


.NET MAUI simplifies the choices for .NET developers, providing a single stack that supports all modern workloads: Android, iOS, macOS, and Windows. The native features of each platform and UI control are within reach in a simple, cross-platform API for you to deliver no-compromise user experiences while sharing even more code than before.
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