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Learn WinUI 3 - Second Edition

By : Alvin Ashcraft
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Book Image

Learn WinUI 3 - Second Edition

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By: Alvin Ashcraft

Overview of this book

WinUI 3 takes a whole new approach to delivering Windows UI components and controls and has the ability to deliver the same features across multiple versions of Windows. Learn WinUI 3 is a comprehensive introduction to WinUI and Windows apps for anyone who is new to WinUI and XAML applications. This updated second edition begins by helping you get to grips with the latest features in WinUI and shows you how XAML is used in UI development. The next set of chapters will help you set up a new Visual Studio environment, develop a new desktop project, incorporate the Model-View-ViewModel (MVVM) pattern in a WinUI project, and develop unit tests for ViewModel commands. Next, you’ll cover the basics of data access from WinUI projects with a step-by-step approach. As you advance, you’ll discover how to leverage the Fluent Design System to design beautiful WinUI applications. You’ll also explore the contents and capabilities of the Windows Community Toolkit and learn how to create cross-platform apps with markup and code from your project using Uno Platform. The concluding chapters will teach you how to build, debug, and deploy apps to the Microsoft Store. By the end of this book, you’ll have learned how to build WinUI applications from scratch and how to modernize existing desktop apps using WinUI 3 and the Windows App SDK.
Table of Contents (20 chapters)
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Part 1:Introduction to WinUI and Windows Applications
Part 2:Extending WinUI and Modernizing Applications
Part 3:Build and Deploy on Windows and Beyond

Exploring Blazor Wasm deployment options

Running and debugging the Blazor project locally is great while we’re developing the solution, but when it’s time to share your application with the world, we will need to host it in the cloud. There are many cloud hosting options for typical ASP.NET Core applications, and Blazor Wasm applications have even more. Sites that run entirely on the client can be hosted as static files on the server, meaning that the server simply serves up the files when it receives a request. There is no server-side execution required.

Let’s start by reviewing some of the available hosting options for Blazor WebAssembly deployments.

Deployment options for Blazor Wasm projects

There are several hosting options for our Blazor project. We are going to discuss a few of the most popular solutions today: GitHub Pages, Azure App Service, Azure Static Web Apps, and two options on Amazon Web Services (AWS). For an in-depth exploration of options...