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Uno Platform 4.4 arrives with WebAssembly threading and exceptions ahead of .NET 7

Uno Platform, a cross-platform framework for .NET development, has released version 4.4 with greatly improved WebAssembly support, along with animation and text rendering enhancements.

Next.js update: Middleware stable, experimental APIs include plugins for Rust-based SWC

Vercel has released version 12.2 of its Next.js React-based framework, with key features now stable  and new experimental APIs. Next.js is open source and...

Git 2.37 ships with stable built-in filesystem monitor, improved performance and security

Version 2.37 of the Git source code management system is out this week, with new features including a built-in filesystem monitor to improve performance, now stable on...

Chrome 104 beta trials Shared Element Transitions, video region capture

The Chromium team has shipped the beta of Chrome 104, with new features including a trial of Shared Element Transitions, bringing easier and more advanced transition animations...

VS Code, React, Git: Dominant technologies increase their grip, says Stack Overflow survey

Stack Overflow has published its latest developer survey. This annual analysis is among the most useful for tracking development trends, thanks both to its size (70,0946 developers,...
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AWS supporting Azure DevOps with container migration service for Java and .NET

AWS is showing that there is no such thing as a competitor when it comes to making it easier for customers to deploy to its cloud, by...
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Rust applications previewed on Azure Sphere – a ‘lifeline’ for embedded systems, says Microsoft

Microsoft has previewed Rust-based applications on Azure Sphere, its platform for cloud-connected devices. Azure Sphere is formed of an MCU (microcontroller unit) for...
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Microsoft’s devcontainer.json: Just for VS Code or an evolving standard?

Last month,  Microsoft declared that “dev containers have become broadly useful for scenarios beyond VS Code” and introduced an open source development containers specification which formalizes a...

Why is there a .NET dustup? Microsoft introduced closed-source C# extension for VS Code

Microsoft will introduce a closed-source extension for C# in Visual Studio Code as an alternative to the existing open source OmniSharp, according to a post yesterday  by principal...

Microsoft releases first native Arm64 Visual Studio: Another step towards making Windows on Arm compelling

Microsoft has previewed Visual Studio for Arm64, saying it is “the first version of Visual Studio that will natively support building and debugging Arm64 apps on Arm-based...