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.NET MAUI UI July - 2024

It’s time for #MAUIUIJuly again!

Based on an idea originally started for Xamarin by Steven Thewissen, MAUI UI July is a month-long, community-driven event where anyone gets to share some of their enthusiasm and passion for .NET MAUI.

This will be the third year running this event, and in previous years we’ve had fantastic contributions from the community, covering an incredible range of things to do with .NET MAUI. You can check out previous years’ contributions here:

Each day in July, we’ll add a blog post or video to the calendar below, showcasing something cool you can do with .NET MAUI. Be sure to bookmark/favourite this post and check back every day for new content!

And if you want to participate and contribute something, even better! Keep reading to see what’s involved.

How to Get Involved

MAUI UI July is open to community contributions, and is an opportunity to share your passion and knowledge with the world. All you have to do is pick a topic and create a blog post or video, and pick a day in July to release it. If you want to participate, comment below, shout out on socials using the hashtags #dotnetmaui and #MAUIUIJuly or ping me directly (I’m on Twitter/”X”, LinkedIn, and Mastodon - links are in the sidebar on the left), saying which day of the month you want to release your post or video on. Once you’ve picked a date I’ll add your name to the list below to reserve your spot.

From there, just get started on your content! Keep the following in mind:

  1. The topic must be related to UI in .NET MAUI
  2. Your blog post or video must be in English
  3. Your content should indicate what level it is pitched at (e.g., beginner or advanced)
  4. Link back to this post in your blog post or in the description of your video
  5. Publish your blog post or video on the date according to the list below
  6. Share your video or blog post on socials, using the hashtags #dotnetmaui and #MAUIUIJuly

That’s it! Looking forward to seeing what you all come up with. :)

What should my content cover?

Completely up to you! As long as it’s related to .NET MAUI UI, feel free to be as creative as you like. Some common topics people like for this kind of thing include:

  • Replicate the UI of a well known app (see this post for example)
  • Pick a fun or interesting design from Dribbble and show how you can build it with .NET MAUI
  • Deep dive into a .NET MAUI UI feature
  • Build a popular UI control that doesn’t come in the box (like a bottom sheet for example)

These are just examples. If you think something is interesting, there’s a good chance the rest of the community will want to see you explain it.

.NET MAUI UI July Schedule

1Matt GoldmanAdding a parallax effect to CollectionView
2David OrtinauTBA
3Luis BeltranTBA
7Sebastian JensenTBA
9Mark AlliboneGetting fit with MAUIReactor
10Daniel Quintero HenaoTBA
11Matthew Robbins & SSW TVBuilding Red Point
12Anton PolkanovTBA
13Michael Stonis.NEt MAUI Bottom Sheet
14Michael StonisIn-page Navigation
15Nick KovalskyTBA
16Roman JasekTBA
17Diego RiveroTBA
18Julian Ewers-PetersTBA
19Matt GoldmanPassing through attached behaviors to a child control
20Shaun LawrenceTBA
21Nick AlongeTBA
22Sam BasuWaiting in Style with .NET MAUI Apps
23David NsaiTBA
24Héctor PérezTBA
25Pavle DavitkovićTBA
26Farshad MomtazTBA
27Adolfo MarinucciBuilding a task management app with MAUIReactor
28Daniel MonettelliTBA
29David OrtinauTBA
30Tanaka MawereMaking an InDrive/Uber clone using MAUI
31Brandon MinnickUpgrading from Xamarin.CommunityToolkit.Markup to CommunityToolkit.Maui.Markup

I hope you enjoy .NET MAUI UI July!

This post is licensed under CC BY 4.0 by the author.

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