Cross-platform Desktop Software

We use .Net Core, Microsoft Xamarin and the new MAUI toolkit to build cross-platform desktop and mobile software, alongside the reblGreen.NetCore.Modules library, which enables us to synchronize with our web application development technologies, and standardizes the way our software functions using our strict event-driven design pattern.

Before you start thinking about the Moana movie and how “shiny” everything is, MAUI stands for “.NET Multi-platform App UI” and is also referred to as .NET MAUI. It is a cross-platform framework for creating native mobile and desktop apps with C# and XAML, and is the evolution of Xamarin.Forms, designed to unify the development of cross-platform applications into a single codebase. We believe it will be the successor of System.Windows.Forms namespace within the .NET development stack. So just to clarify… We’re not talking about Polynesian mythology here, although they do technically share the same name.

Our knowledge of the Microsoft software development stack dates back to Visual Basic 6 and we’ve continued to keep updated throughout the evolution of .NET Framework and the Microsoft Azure services platform, so you can rest assured that we know what we’re doing when it comes to software architecture, governance and engineering.

As API development specialists, we ensure that all our application development processes always follow an “API-first” architecture to ensure the highest layer of security, to protect databases and other sensitive data. Seriously… We’ve worked with, and integrated more 3rd party APIs into more client development projects than we can remember, and this doesn’t include the APIs we’ve engineered ourselves, this is just 3rd party integrations I’m talking about here… Just in case you think we sound overconfident!

Look, if you’ve landed here and read this far, you must be looking for a software development consultant, and If you added Leeds or Yorkshire to your search query, you must be looking for a local software development company. If this is the case then get in touch with us to scope out your project with you, you won’t be disappointed!

If you weren’t looking for this, then well done for reading this far, and good luck on your further endeavors. Still, feel free to contact us if you like. We enjoy the feedback (:winks).