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Look iOS Developer, No Mac Required - Build an iOS Application using Xamarin and Visual Studio for Windows without using a Mac - Nick's .NET Travels

If you’re a die-hard Windows user, like me, you’ll be excited to know that you can now build iOS application using Xamarin (and Xamarin.Forms) and Visual Studio, without having to buy or use a Mac. That’s right for development, you no longer need to inves...

Announcing: Visual Studio for Mac: Refresh(); event on February 24 | Visual Studio Blog

Join us online on February 24th for the Visual Studio for Mac Refresh(); event! We’ve been hard at work making Visual Studio for Mac a great environment for building .NET Core applications. Recently, we’ve added .NET Core 3.1 support, ASP.NET Core scaffo...

Achievement Unlocked: Visual Studio for Mac ASP.NET Core Challenge Completed | Visual Studio Blog

Last month, we kicked-off a challenge for our developer community to build a solution using ASP.NET Core and the new .NET Core features in Visual Studio for Mac. We were delighted to hear from so many of you and we were excited to receive many projects bu...

Visual Studio 2019 for Mac version 8.4 Preview 4 is now available | Visual Studio Blog

Today, we released Visual Studio 2019 for Mac version 8.4 Preview 4. This preview version of Visual Studio for Mac brings support for the latest stable version of .NET Core, Scaffolding support for ASP.NET Core projects, and additional improvements to ove...

Amazon.com: Logitech MX Master 2S Wireless Mouse – Use on Any Surface, Hyper-fast Scrolling, Ergonomic Shape, Rechargeable, Control up to 3 Apple Mac and Windows Computers (Bluetooth or USB), Graphite: Computers & Accessories

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ASP.NET Blog | HttpRepl: A command-line tool for interacting with RESTful HTTP services

The ASP.NET team has built a command-line tool called HttpRepl. It lets you browse and invoke HTTP services in a similar way to working with files and folders. You give it a starting point (a base URL) and then you can execute commands like “dir” and “cd”...