.NET Rocks!

Open Sourcing Uno with Francois Tanguay and Jerome Laban

Episode #1552 Thursday, June 7, 2018

Where has Uno been all your life? Carl and Richard talk to Francois Tanguay and Jerome Laban about Uno - the open source cross-platform UX library based on the Microsoft Universal Windows Platform (UWP) - the other flavor of XAML! Francois and Jerome talk about using various versions of Uno the past four years to build cross-platform applications for Windows, Android and iOS - more than 200 of them! Now they have implemented a web assembly version as an experiment and are open sourcing the framework to broaden the community and explore more UX ideas - check it out!


Francois Tanguay

Francois Tanguay is the CEO and founder nventive, a digital experience agency founded in 2008 with a family over 120 passionate individuals.

nventive strives to create smarter digital experiences, forged with strategy, creativity, design and technology. From discovery to deployment, we value collaboration in an innovation-centric environment that shapes engaging stories crafted for humans.

Before founding nventive, Francois was helping large banks and insurance companies manage change towards more agile processes.

Prior to that, he participated in the software architecture of the Enterprise Library framework and Unity container for the Patterns and Practices team at Microsoft.

Francois has been heavily involved in the local community as a technical speaker for mobile development and agile processes.

Jerome Laban

Jerome Laban has been programming since 1998, mainly involved in .NET and C# development as teacher, trainer, consultant in France and is currently a software architect at nventive building mobile apps in Montreal, Canada. He's been working the past few years on building the Uno platform, to improve the development cycle of cross-platform apps using Windows, iOS, Android and WebAssembly using Mono and Xamarin.


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