Microsoft announced today that its C++ extension for Visual Studio Code is now generally available in non-beta form.
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If you’re interested in getting started creating your own video games, you should check out Xbox Academy, a free new workshop.
I’ve been using GitHub for years to host the Windows 10 Field Guide, and this year I moved my .NETpad projects there as well.
Apple on Friday terminated Epic’s developer account and has removed the firm’s remaining games from the iOS App Store.
Jetpack Compose is a UI toolkit for Kotlin that’s designed to help developers create modern apps across all Android platforms.
Microsoft has announced the general availability of Immersive Reader, an Azure service that can help make text-based apps more inclusive.
Epic revealed today that Apple is terminating its developer accounts and cutting off the firm from its iOS and Mac developer tools.
Thanks to native emulator support, it’s possible for the first time to completely develop Android apps using just a Chromebook.
Apple has been quietly waging war against its own developers for years in an effort to grab as many revenues as possible from its ecosystem.
Google today released the third and final beta of Android 11 and says that the final Android 11 release is coming very soon.
Google today announced the release of Flutter 1.20, the next major release of its cross-platform app development framework.
Google today provided an update on its progress bringing Flutter app development to the web, inarguably its biggest potential target market.
At its Alexa Live 2020 virtual event today, Amazon has announced dozens of new features for developers targeting the Alexa voice assistant.
With the release today of WinUI 3 Preview 2, Microsoft has effectively delayed the final release from November 2020 to sometime in early 2021.
Google today announced a free new online course for people without programming experience to learn Android app development with Kotlin.
UWP apps like .NETpad natively support Windows 10’s Dark and Light app modes (themes), but we need to tweak that support just a bit.
Today, we’ll implement .NETpad’s Auto Save functionality, which will work nearly identically to the way we did it previously in WPF.
I think I’ve finally found a reliable way to prompt the user to save an unsaved document if they try to manually close the app.
Microsoft has been collaborating with Google so that their tools interoperate and can help developers get their PWAs into the Play Store.
This time, we’ll implement .NETpad’s text zooming capabilities, fix the application name, and add a new application icon.
For this installment of our UWP project, we’ll implement Find, Find Next, Find Previous, Replace, and Replace All with a fun new custom dialog.
With File Open and the Save prompt out of the way, we can move forward to the other app commands that involve file operations: New, Save, and Save As.
In this fourth installment, we’ll get started on file operations and custom dialogs, both of which occur asynchronously in UWP.
In this installment of the UWP Notepad project, we’ll implement the non-font user settings and a workaround for a UWP weirdism that had me stumped for days.
Google today announced the availability of Android 11 Beta 2 and the platform stability milestone at which its APIs are finalized.
Google announced today that it is partnering with Ubuntu maker Canonical to bring Linux desktop app support to its Flutter developer environment.