This post focuses on some of the current options available for multi-platform software development. Blazor with Maui, WinUI with Webview2 and Electron with Blazor are all considered. Please note that at time of writing Blazor and Maui are currently in preview.
“The Token obtained from the Token Provider is wrong”. Working with WinUI3 I came to the conclusion that Azure Notification Hub WNS Raw notification functionality just wasn’t supported yet. But digging deeper this is a genuine issue. Wiring up the Azure notification endpoint/channel successfully I was left scratching my head when sending a test notification from Azure Notification Hub and receiving the following error
Having been to Keldy before (my Forest Holiday Keldy review) I was pleasantly surprised when we won a weekend holiday to one of their Forest Holiday locations. Given a choice of where in the UK to go I decided on Keldy as I’d been to this location before and really enjoyed it.
Decided to use some spare time to revisit Blazor. Particularly Blazor and OData working together. Taking my inspiration from Hassan Habib and his Enabling Pagination in OData post. I wanted to build upon that and modernise the approach slightly by implementing client side Blazor and bringing some of the goodies from NET5 by using a code behind approach for example.