“The word “options” here is being misused” , no it’s in exact perfect right context,the word “Merge” is what was misused Merging which would be impossible limiting options, hence the pointless conversation , why do I always fall for the bait.
sense your here miguel , I have a couple concerns.
- on this thread
Make the full .NET as a free, OSS and cross-platform ecosystem
a guy name evo posted a link to his multi platform dev system, I never seen it before, dont know anything about them except visting his site, which does look preety dam , cool, better than your actually, not sure i they cant back up up, ran into a couple more in quick Web look. when I look back now I see his post is hidden, lets have a look shall we?
“WPF is a dead-end along with WinForms. Even though the .NET core runtime will be made cross-platform I doubt it whether Microsoft has the will to make a cross-platform UI layer for Windows, Mac and Linux development. We at Nevron however spend the last 7 years in building such a framework. Your .NET UI code can run inside Windows and Mac without any modifications and we are soon going on Linux too. Check out Nevron Open Vision7 - it is cross-platform by design. It does not use platform specific bindings (such as Xamarin.Forms, XWT, Eto.Forms etc.) - instead is more like a next generation browser - CSS3 level styling, DOM, Nevron Proprietary Typography etc. It is the only solution that guarantees you 100% UI code reuse across Windows, Mac and Linux and also ~100% pixel exact rendering and output. It serves as foundation for the Nevron Office, and is in active development.”
this offense is what?rude?
WPF is a dead-end along with WinForms.?
Ive been doing WPF for eight years, heard for years, even from softies, even direct from Executive in Dev Div, scott barns started it in 2010, WPF people don’t give a rats butt about , techno presitation talker bloggers,commentors, millions have full time jobs making good money doing with, WPF is dead has zero impact with us. besides its been said many times even on this forumn.
when I started this post it was in hope that even though the quy might have been a little rude in his statement but at least it wasn’t some weasel worded , “I just wanna here my self talk” or “everyone needs and wants what I want!”
the next post I did really find to be offensive, lets take a look.
Since this is a forum dedicated to discussing .Net open source efforts and collaboration/coordinated efforts between Microsoft and the community, please post the GitHub link of your product’s source code.
If your product is not open source and free for everyone to use, please stop propagandizing it here. This is not the right place for your marketing of proprietary products.?“
I was hoping you would go over and set HighCore staight and welcome evo to the comminity.
maybe I expected too much.”
if this site is gonna be like the mimick the awful practice of trying to use techinal forums and evanglism as marketing tool,(at least microsoft moved there awful evangelism program to the marketing department)
quess what, count at least me out, which by now may make you happy?
really inertested to see your response, do you want us to give you feature wish list for xamarin,
If someone posts a link to their WPF controls are you going to hide that?
sorry to put you on the spot, but spot meet miguel
- (seems like tiny issuse now but) you where quoted saying this on the Register
“They are open sourcing .NET in a couple of stages,” says De Icaza. “There is full .NET, and the .NET Core, which is this new rethought and more nimble version.
“The full .NET Framework is bundled with …
did the guy miss a quote character before the “which is this new rethought and more nimble version” or did you say that?
that guys a hack anyway, troll headline back by a writer not a real dev, you think he could at least type,
I won’t post a link to his drivel. you should correct him if you didn’t say it.