Building a simple mail client with .NET MAUI with Brady Stroud | .NET MAUI Hack day 2022

Brady Stroud from SSW is going to build a simple UI for an email client in .NET MAUI. He’ll show you how to adapt your code for different platforms and different operating systems. See how you can easily make your code adaptable for the different target frameworks that you can do with .NET MAUI.

00:00 | Intro
01:22 | DEMO – Building The UI
16:32 | Handle Desktop Devices
17:11 | Supporting Dark Mode
28:51 | MAUI Blazor Template

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Brady Stroud – https://www.ssw.com.au/people/brady-s…
SSW Software Engineer

Brady Stroud is a young, driven Software Developer starting his career at SSW Brisbane. He is fascinated by the constant growth of the IT industry, and enjoys working in a team to solve complex problems. He has been a major contributor to the addition of community features on the new SSW Rules site, using a variety of technologies such as React, Azure Functions and Cosmos DB. Brady has also previously used .NET, Angular and Python in his personal projects.

Matt Goldman – https://www.ssw.com.au/people/matt-go…
SSW Solution Architect

Matt is a Solution Architect, Scrum Master, public speaker, author and trainer. Since joining SSW, Matt has worked on a number of projects for a range of clients, including government agencies and multinational organisations. Matt loves making things, and at SSW uses that passion to fuel his work with .NET, EF / EF Core, Xamarin and .NET MAUI, Azure and Blazor.

Matt also works with security and authentication/authorisation. Additionally, Matt (author of .NET MAUI in Action) regularly presents at the .NET User Group in 3 states, has hosted SSW’s Xamarin Hack Day, has presented at the .NET Superpowers Tour, and regular co-hosts SSW’s Clean Architecture Superpowers and Clean Architecture Workshop. Matt has also presented at NDC Sydney.

Buy Matt’s book: https://www.manning.com/books/dot-net…

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Brady Stroud

Brady Stroud is a young, driven Software Developer starting his career at SSW Brisbane. He is fascinated by the constant growth of the IT industry, and enjoys working in a team to solve complex problems. He has been a major contributor to the addition of community features on the new SSW Rules site, using a variety of technologies such as React, Azure Functions and Cosmos DB. Brady has also previously used .NET, Angular and Python in his personal projects.

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