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Deploying your .NET MAUI apps to production - Part 2: iOS

This post is part two of a three part series: Part 1: Android Part 2: iOS (this post) Part 3: Windows (coming soon) In part one of this series, we saw how to build, sign and deploy Androi...

Deploying your .NET MAUI apps to production - Part 1: Android

This post is part one of a three part series: Part 1: Android (this post) Part 2: iOS Part 3: Windows (coming soon) Building apps is fun, but sadly very few people get paid to build apps ...

.NET MAUI UI July: Outlook Clone

This post is an excerpt from my upcoming book .NET MAUI in Action. The book is available now in early access, so you can sign up now to get more content like this as it becomes available. And use ...

Introducing .NET MAUI UI July

Back in 2019, Steven Thewissen gave us the awesome Xamarin UI July. Steven described it as an advent calendar, where each day throughout the month you would have a new insightful Xamarin UI blog po...

Page Resolver and Navigation Extension for MAUI

.NET MAUI is nearly here! It should go GA with .NET 6 this November. The previews have been available for a while now and I’ve been having a play with them. They’re definitely very preview-y (perf...

Understanding Interfaces and Dependency Inversion

I saw a discussion on Reddit recently that reminded me of the ‘penny drop’ moment I had when I started learning about interfaces and SOLID principles. I can’t remember exactly what spurred this eur...

Sending Email via Office365 Exchange Online with Fluent Email

FluentEmail is an awesome library for simplifying sending email from your .NET applications. It offers a powerful yet simple fluent API, with Razor templating and support for a number of popular se...

Automagic Tenant Config for Mobile Apps

Watch: Video presentation of this topic Contents Background Option A - Manual Configuration Option B - Automagic Config with QR Codes Option C - Automagic Config from a URL Option D - ...

HTTP Status Codes in your APIs

While working on the SSW Rewards mobile app, I got into a discussion with some of my colleagues about whether your API needs to be HTTP standards-compliant. It was an interesting discussion, and wh...