Tuesday May 8 dawned foggy with a promise of clear blue skies later. There was no fogginess in Microsoft's announcement of .NET Core 3, however where they are doing a lot of work to make older technologies like WPF and Win32 play nice on Windows 10. They even got Paint to run on on .NET Core 3 without access to the sources. So that implies that implementing this on your old code could be as easy as replacing some libs.
Our pals at Preemptive Solutions announced the immediate availability of Dotfuscator Professional Edition Version 4.35.0 and Dotfuscator CE 5.35.0. These concurrent releases include rooted device detection and response controls for Xamarin.Android apps. If you're worried about people reverse engineering your .NET assemblies, check out Dotfuscator.
The ponies were back.
And just in case they were each fitted with a Pony Exhaust Management SystemTM (aka poop bag).
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Win an Xbox One!
A bunch of Visual Studio partners have partnered together to bring you cool prizes - specifically a couple of Xbox One consoles. Go to these booths to find out more:
- PreEmptive Solutions
- Progress Telerik
- Stackify Syncfusion
- Modern Requirements
That's all for today. See you tomorrow!