Supporting VB.NET in .NET 5

Supporting VB.NET in .NET 5

In this episode, Rich is joined by Merrie and Klaus who walk us through some of the new capabilities available for VB .NET developers building WinForms applications. What was needed to get VB .NET support working? Benefits of moving your VB .NET apps to .NET 5 (Demo).

In this episode, Rich is joined by Merrie and Klaus who walk us through some of the new capabilities available for VB .NET developers building WinForms applications.

  • What’s the relationship between WinForms and VB?
  • What was needed to get VB .NET support working?
  • Benefits of moving your VB .NET apps to .NET 5 (Demo)
  • Making user of Win10 device sensors (Demo)

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