Weekly Vote Report for Friday, April 1, 2016

by Mike-EEE

Exciting news this week. With the announcements at //build, we are now shaping up towards a truly ubiquitous .NET development model. The Xamarin in Visual Studio announcement makes this idea a closer reality. Open-sourcing of Xamarin SDK’s does, too. Now all we need is .NET in the browser (via WebAssembly or transpiled .NET-to-JavaScript) and we will be looking really good towards a .NET dynasty.

Title Last Week New Votes Total
Ubiquitous / Cross-Platform Client .NET 41,854 124 41,978
Create a Ubiquitous .NET Client Application Development Model 2,651 77 2,728
Bring Windows 10 Universal Apps to Android and iOS 2,465 16 2,481
Make Universal Windows Platform Open Source and Cross-Platform 1,330 15 1,345
Allow .NET games on Xbox One 16,189 12 16,201
One .NET Framework for One Microsoft 2,213 2 2,215
Windows App Studio: Add support for Android and IOS conversion 121 2 123
Expand/Enable Universal Windows Platform to Transpile to JavaScript (iOS/Droid Compatibility) 194 0 194
Silverlight 6 [Closed / Carrying the Torch] 15,568 0 15,568
Negotiate with Other Major Browsers Manufacturers Over a Common IL 75 0 75
Run Xaml / C# (like Silverlight) Applications Inside, without Plug-in [Closed / Carrying the Torch] 1,048 0 1,048
Visual Studio Improvements 434 1 435
Improve/Reboot Visual Studio Project System 298 1 299
Enable Roslyn-Powered Code Views 61 0 61
Enable Abstract Syntax Tree Source Files via Roslyn 32 0 32
Enable Roslyn-Powered Data ASTs and Data Views 14 0 14
Improve Asynchronous Programming Model 29 0 29
Edge Improvements 203 3 206
EDGE EXTENSIONS .NET COMPATIBILITY 149 3 152
WebView: Expose DOM as C#/.NET API 54 0 54
Xaml Improvements 1,087 3 1,090
Open-source System.Xaml 396 3 399
Add Markup Extensions to (and Improve) WinRT Xaml System (System.Xaml Parity) 376 0 376
Add support for ‘XmlnsDefinitionAttribute’ 315 0 315

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