Posted by Jody Handley on February 18, 2016 in WinForms, Silverlight, Announcements, WPF, Windows Phone, LightSwitch, WinRT XAML, HTML5, ComponentOne Studio, Industry News, UWP, Web, Mobile, Desktop, .NET
Many months ago Microsoft announced their intention to enable iOS developers the ability to use their objective C code inside a Windows 10 application using a tool dubbed Project Islandwood. News on the progress of the tool was quiet for a few months, but back in August Microsoft went ahead and released the opensource project to GitHub as the Windows Bridge for iOS. I was quite curious to try this tool out to see how well it worked, what the projects looked, and experience the novelty of looking at objective-c code in Visual Studio. After spending some time playing with it I wanted to share some of my experiences working with it.
Posted by Eve Turzillo on May 8, 2015 in WinForms, Silverlight, General, Announcements, WPF, Windows Phone, ASP.NET Wijmo, MVC, WinRT XAML, Wijmo, Developer News, HTML5, Xamarin, ComponentOne Studio, Industry News, Web, Mobile, Desktop, .NET
Posted by Jody Handley on April 10, 2015 in WinForms, ASP.NET, Silverlight, General, Evangelists, WPF, Windows Phone, LightSwitch, iPhone, ASP.NET Wijmo, MVC, WinRT XAML, Wijmo, Developer News, HTML5, Xamarin, Industry News, Web, Mobile, Desktop, .NET
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