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.NET Standard is the new way to create portable assemblies. After learning about portable class libraries in the past years, it is now time to upgrade our game and start coding for Linux, Mac OS and other platforms untouched by .NET until now. More and more libraries are getting ported to .NET Standard, sometimes really easily and sometimes more painfully. In this session, Laurent Bugnion, the creator of the popular open source MVVM Light Toolkit, will help you understand why .NET Standard can benefit you, and talk about his experiences converting his framework to .NET Standard.
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Laurent shows a short look-back at the history of sharing source code in .NET, from ASP.NET to WPF to Silverlight to modern times.
Laurent shows a demo of sharing code in Visual Studio 2017 with linked files.
Laurent shows a demo of sharing code with Portable Class Libraries.
Laurent explain what .NET Core and .NET Standard are.
Laurent talks about versions and API support of .NET Standard.
Laurent talks of MVVM Light and shows the architecture of the PCL version.
Laurent shows how MVVM Light was refactored for .NET Standard.
Laurent shows how he converted MVVM Light core components to .NET Standard.
Laurent shows how he converted MVVM Light extra components to .NET Standard (IOC container).
Laurent shows to create a .NET Core console app with MVVM Light's IOC container.
Laurent shows to finish the .NET Core console app with MVVM Light's IOC container, test it on Windows and run it on Ubuntu in the Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL).
Laurent shows various resources for the .NET Core and .NET Standard.