.NET MAUI (Multi-platform App UI) is a framework that allows developers to build applications for Windows, Android, macOS, and iOS from the same codebase. It provides an extensive library of controls and components that can be used to create complex user interfaces.
You’ll begin with the basics of MAUI project structure and learn about XAML views, page types, and layout types. Next, you’ll look at MAUI application lifecycle, data binding, and gestures detection. You will then learn how to use different types of triggers including property, data, event, state, and multi-triggers. Next you’ll cover animations, drawings, and applying themes to MAUI apps. Then you’ll learn about MAUI architectural patterns, and finally, you’ll learn how to use Blazor in MAUI.
By the end of this course, you’ll have essential skills to build native applications for various types of platforms including mobile devices and desktop computers.
- An understanding of MAUI framework and its fundamentals
- A working knowledge of compiling MAUI into supported formats
- The ability to use Blazor in MAUI applications
- Familiarity with MAUI project structure and how to install dependencies
- Hands-on experience in implementing MAUI architectural patterns
About the author
Microsoft MVP | senior software engineer | published technical author | software development mentor
I am a Microsoft MVP and a lead/senior software engineer with over a decade of professional experience. I primarily specialize in .NET and Microsoft stack. I am enthusiastic about creating well-crafted software that fully meets business needs. I enjoy teaching aspiring developers and sharing my knowledge with the community, which I do both as a volunteer and commercially.
I have created online courses, technical books, and other educational content for major publishers like Apress, Manning, Packt, Educative, etc. I also provide live mentoring services, both to groups and individuals. Some of my books made it into the number one bestseller spot on Amazon and LeanPub. My books include “SignalR on .NET 6 – the complete guide”, “The battle hardened developer”, and “The easiest way to learn design patterns”.
Throughout my career, I have built software of various types and various levels of complexity in multiple industries. This includes a passenger information management system for a railway, distributed smart clusters of IoT devices, e-commerce systems, financial transaction processing systems, and more. I have also successfully led and mentored teams of software developers.