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I've had this happen on Visual Studio's blog but not . I saw that you had your post edited once by Immo on .

NET's blog, but I do not think you've been banhammered. If only I had a penny each time someone announced plans that never materialized...

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The problem with xaml-standard is that it is quite confusing topic. Another syntax for writing terser UIs instead of writing .

First of all, what exactly needs to be standardised? Instead of inventing on top of XAML, we keep "loosing features".

FWIW you are not the only one that has experienced this lately. I actually had a good discussion with Miguel a couple months ago about a change that wouldn't be breaking and accomplish almost all of it and he did sound open to it - he did also have a beer in his hand so he might also just have been drunk :-).

If you do a search in the Ubiquitous Vote about 6 comments down there's mention by Oliver that he had problems, too. Why should we trust any additional information and announcements out of //build now? Put it another way: This repo isn't (officially at least) dead, and we're all still "fighting the good fight".

With this @Microsoft reorganization, with @Azure Cloud First, AI first and Quantum, I think that they will allow XAML to go where previous politics did not alow, ie. I think that the problem is that Microsoft hold XAML too much on the desktop for many years. NET's blog, but I do not think you've been banhammered.

FWIW you are not the only one that has experienced this lately.

Sounds like there might indeed be an announcement at //build. Besides, I have better things to do like troll developers on Git Hub and in MSDN blog comments @dot Morten Perhaps not **** us over so damn much?

(not you personally) Xaml-Standard being the latest punch in the gut.

Then the realist in me says that maybe they'll just announce v1.0 of the spec. @Tony Henrique Microsoft had XAML running in the browser on the Mac 10 years ago. @Mike-EEE The "strapped for cash" bit was entirely sarcasm.

In a perfect world I just want something with the portability of Java Swing apps but all the great bonuses of WPF (hardware acceleration, great composability, XAML, etc.). NET production environments but for hobby projects I always liked being able to create a fast UI with Swing. They literally have cross platform code for displaying XAML. The truly sad part is they FINALLY have a real cross platform framework with core, and they haven't brought WPF along for the ride. Heck, if they ported WPF to core, for all I care, they could dump full framework development altogether.

@dot Morten I thought Xamarin was a part of this whole initiative from the start? Jason Smith was in charge of this repo at one point, for example. And now it seems like that huge deal and effort was ... Besides, I have better things to do like troll developers on Git Hub and in MSDN blog comments Fair enough...

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