Microsoft has released a preview version of a dual-screen layout control for Java and Kotlin developers targeting Surface Duo.
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With the WPF .NETpad now roughly functionally identical to the WinForms version, I’m starting to think about additional unique features.
Let’s add Find, Find Next/Previous, Replace/Replace All, and Auto Save and make the WPF version of .NETpad functionally complete.
In this installment, we’ll implement several more Edit menu items in the WPF version of .NETpad and create a custom Input Box.
Google has launched its newly virtual Google for Games Developer Summit March 2020 online today.
In this installment, we’ll create an About box for the WPF version of .NETpad and start building out the Edit menu.
In this installment of the development of the WPF version of .NETpad, we’ll create a custom Font dialog using XAML and data binding.
Less than three weeks after announcing that it was canceling its in-person I/O event this year, Google has canceled it for good.
In this installment, we’ll get all of the save operations out of the way, plus add New and New Window operations.
Building on the progress we made last time, let’s add open file functionality, textbox events, and theming support to .NETpad.
Android 11 Developer Preview 2 introduces new 5G, foldable, call screening, privacy, and quality improvements to the coming platform.
GitHub for mobile is now available for Android and iOS worldwide, letting users access GitHub from their phones through an official client for the first time ever.
Project xCloud is key to Microsoft’s strategy for reaching gamers everywhere, but first it needs to meet the needs of developers.
This time, we build out the Format and View menus, add word-wrap and status bar toggling, and implement Zoom using commands.
In part two of this project, we’ll add Exit and Print commands, implement several textbox settings, and use the real application name.
For this second project, we’re going to recreate .NETpad using C#, Windows Presentation Foundation, and .NET Core 3.1.
The C#/WPF/.NET Core 3 version of .NETpad is now complete and feature-comparable to its Windows Forms predecessor. So what's next?
Microsoft announced today that it is renaming UI Fabric to Fluent UI to simplify and consolidate its design language branding.
It's official: after Facebook, Google, and Microsoft, Apple is also moving its annual developer conference to an online format due to coronavirus concerns.
Microsoft announced that it was canceling Build 2020 after I broke the news first on Twitter last night. I have more news to share.
Microsoft's annual developer conference Build falls to coronavirus, will now be held as a digitial event instead.
Microsoft announced new accessibility features and improvements to the Microsoft Edge Developer Tools and other Chromium-based browsers.
Microsoft said this week that it will support Visual Basic on .NET 5.0 but will no longer add new features or evolve the language.
The newly-virtual Google for Games Developer Summit will be held March 23, 2020, Google has announced.
New versions of the Microsoft Emulator and the Windows 10X emulator image are now available, and you no longer have to be an Insider to use them.
To complete my quick-and-dirty port of .NETpad to WPF and .NET Core, I had to overcome one final obstacle: Keyboard shortcuts.