Microsoft on Aug. 9 made Visual Studio 2022 17.3 by and large accessible, alongside .NET Multi-stage App UI
NET MAUI), a development of Xamarin.Forms that adds backing to make work area applications notwithstanding versatile.
While .NET MAUI as a unique system arrived at GA status in May, it just today moved on from review in Visual Studio
Visual Studio, presently being accessible in the delivery channel of Visual Studio 2022 on Windows.
We've assembled apparatuses to assist you with fostering your .NET MAUI applications without dialing you back,
said Chris Hardy, program director on Microsoft's .NET group, in an Aug. 9 declaration post. "Hot Reload, Live Visual Tree and XAML
Live Preview accelerate your advancement time by permitting you to apply code changes and see them right away
With XAML Hot Reload you can make changes to your UI and see them in the taking off. With .NET Hot Reload you can
With .NET Hot Reload you can make changes to your code, save, and consider those changes to be well."