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This video is part of a crash course to build your first .NET MAUI app. In this video we will be introduced to what .NET MAUI is, a little bit of history with Xamarin, how it works and how the course is setup. From here we will start setting up your development environment and start building our first app!
What is .NET MAUI? - .NET Maui Crash Course #0 by Gerald Versluis
This video is part of a crash course to build your first .NET MAUI app. In this video we are going to install Visual Studio 2022 and the .NET MAUI workload. From there we will proceed to setup an Android emulator, see how to enable Developer Mode on Windows 11 and even how to connect to a Mac build host. After this video you'll be ready for .NET MAUI development!
Setup Your .NET MAUI Dev Environment - .NET Maui Crash Course #1 by Gerald Versluis
This video is part of a crash course to build your first .NET MAUI app. Before we really get to the code, let me explain to you the .NET MAUI single project approach. Single projects give us a lot of advantages like not having to repeat resources like images and fonts. After watching this video, you'll feel comfortable with the .NET MAUI project structure and you're ready to code!\
.NET MAUI Project Structure/Single Project - .NET Maui Crash Course #2 by Gerald Versluis
.NET MAUI is packed full of powerful features including single project, cross-platform APIs, and of course a fantastic navigation system! Using Shell and the URI based navigation system you can easily navigate to a page, pop to page, pop and navigate to a new page, and of course pass arguments around. You can pass simple properties around through the URL, or you can pass full objects with a brand new API that is exclusive to .NET MAUI! Today, I break it all down from start to finish in this .NET MAUI Navigation Crash Course using Visual Studio 2022.
.NET MAUI's NEW Shell Navigation Is Amazing by James Montemagno