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  • InfoQ .NET Trends Report 2022

    Every year, all InfoQ editors invite seasoned developers and practitioners from the industry to discuss the current trends in the entire software development landscape. In this article, we discuss some of the .NET Trends for 2022, divided into four stages of adoption.

  • Blazor RenderTree Explained

    Blazor is a new single page application (SPA) framework from Microsoft that relies on the .NET framework in favor of JavaScript. As part of its component development model, Blazor uses a DOM abstraction called a RenderTree. In this article we’ll learn what exactly a DOM abstraction is, what the RenderTree is used for, and why Blazor developers should know about it.

  • Mono: from Xamarin to WebAssembly, Blazor, and .NET 5 - Q&A with Miguel de Icaza

    Mono started as an open source .NET platform in 2001, being developed by Xamarin until 2011. Since the company’s acquisition by Microsoft in 2016, both Mono and .NET Core have been developed in parallel. In the light of the most recent releases, InfoQ interviewed Miguel de Icaza —the original author of the Mono project—to talk about the current state of Mono and its future in the .NET ecosystem.