XAML Hot Reload sounds like a gun you need for the 2050 zombie apocalypse
More like the COVID-19-pocalypse, judging by how the masses are in a frenzy.
While the limelight may have been snatched by the arrival of the first preview of .NET 5, its great (and occasionally not so great) grandparent, Visual Studio 2019 16.5 has shuffled out of the shadows. The release brings together features seen in varying states of stability during the previews of the IDE into production, and …
Mixed .Net Core debugmode for C++/CLI projects using .Net Core 3.1, crashes Visual Studio 2019 16.5 when looking at variables... Not very useful this release in replacing .Net Framework 4.8 with .Net Core 3.1 to finally let my software run on Windows 10 on ARM64.
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