Weekly Vote Report for Friday, February 17, 2017

by Mike-EEE

This week marks a special note as we have now crossed into 45,000 total votes asking for a ubiquitous .NET client application development model. Additionally, worth of note, Miguel de Icaza recently remarked on Mono’s port to WebAssembly, which would officially enable this scenario.

Title Last Week New Votes Total
Ubiquitous / Cross-Platform Client .NET 45,022 149 45,171
Create a Ubiquitous .NET Client Application Development Model 5,975 136 6,111
Bring Windows 10 Universal Apps to Android and iOS 2,895 8 2,903
One .NET Framework for One Microsoft 2,297 3 2,300
Make Universal Windows Platform Open Source and Cross-Platform 679 2 681
Expand/Enable Universal Windows Platform to Transpile to JavaScript (iOS/Droid Compatibility) 79 0 79
Windows App Studio: Add support for Android and IOS conversion 57 0 57
Silverlight 6 [Closed / Carrying the Torch] 15,574 0 15,574
Negotiate with Other Major Browsers Manufacturers Over a Common IL 103 0 103
Run Xaml / C# (like Silverlight) Applications Inside, without Plug-in [Closed / Carrying the Torch] 1,048 0 1,048
Allow .NET games on Xbox One 16,315 0 16,315
Visual Studio Improvements 768 0 768
Enable Roslyn-Powered Code Views 104 0 104
Enable Abstract Syntax Tree Source Files via Roslyn 35 0 35
Enable Roslyn-Powered Data ASTs and Data Views 43 0 43
Improve/Reboot Visual Studio Project System 490 0 490
Improve Asynchronous Programming Model 96 0 96
Edge Improvements 246 0 246
EDGE EXTENSIONS .NET COMPATIBILITY 211 0 211
WebView: Expose DOM as C#/.NET API 35 0 35
Xaml Improvements 567 7 574
Add Markup Extensions to (and Improve) WinRT Xaml System (System.Xaml Parity) 204 4 208
Replace Xamarin.Forms Xaml syntax with latest UWP Xaml 215 2 217
Add support for ‘XmlnsDefinitionAttribute’ 148 1 149

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