.NET Day 19 - .NET Core 3 – The Windows Desktop is back! by Thomas Claudius Huber

.NET Day 19 - .NET Core 3 – The Windows Desktop is back! by Thomas Claudius Huber

The first two versions of .NET Core supported web, IoT, and console apps. With .NET Core 3 you can also build Windows desktop applications by using the well-known UI-stacks Windows Forms and Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF). You can even include modern Windows 10 controls in your .NET Core 3 desktop apps by using the Windows UI XAML Library and a feature called XAML Islands. In this session Thomas will give you an overview about the new support for Windows desktop apps in .NET Core and you’ll learn about the greatest features that you get when you build your Windows desktop apps with .NET Core.

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May 28, 2019
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