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Topic: What to learn for native applications?

I correctly understand, what the latest fashion it UWP? It is high-grade   or it in the core is aimed at pads? On it it is possible to write everything at any abstraction layer, if propagation through shop not interesting?

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Re: What to learn for native applications?

vsb> I correctly understand, what the latest fashion it UWP? It is high-grade   or it in the core is aimed at pads? On it it is possible to write everything at any abstraction layer, if propagation through shop not interesting? , meanwhile it is not visible, that it has been strongly spread. Everything on it you will not write, there are restrictions: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/362 … sktop-apps it seems To me that the trend switches with UWP on Xamarin. But Xamarin meanwhile unstable, not high-grade and not . But it is more than relatives

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Re: What to learn for native applications?

Hello, vsb, you wrote: Precisely not winforms. At least WPF. With UWP did not make friends, since there is no necessity to write not under Windows. If search multiplatform , yes, UWP. Xamarin it as.Net Framework not under Windows, at it too is support standard GUI  and you all the same should learn: forms, wpf or uwp.

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Re: What to learn for native applications?

Hello, notacat, you wrote: N> it seems To me, what the trend switches with UWP on Xamarin And the windows-part for Xamarin on what is written? Truly, on UWP.

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Re: What to learn for native applications?

N>> it seems To me, what the trend switches with UWP on Xamarin MD> And the windows-part for Xamarin on what is written? Truly, on UWP. Truly, truly, but there is a small difference. Especially if only to start to learn

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Re: What to learn for native applications?

Hello, vsb, you wrote: vsb> I correctly understand, what the latest fashion it UWP? It is high-grade   or it in the core is aimed at pads? On it it is possible to write everything at any abstraction layer, if propagation through shop not interesting? I think, UWP long does not live or is transformed to unrecognizability. It is better to study WPF and to write applications for a classical desktop.

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Re: What to learn for native applications?

Hello, Vladek, you wrote: V> I think, UWP long does not live or is transformed to unrecognizability. It is better to study WPF and to write applications for a classical desktop. Knew WPF - then very simply changed on Silverlight (both simple, and telephone) and UWP. This all very related technologies, therefore anyway worth to learn.