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So you somehow made a link between my Half-Life CDs, and audio CDs. That's a stretch, my friend. It wasn't so long ago I've stopped using CDs that I'm now thinking of them as one and the same (as audio CDs).
That's where I was coming from when I mentioned it still hasn't been all that long since I've stopped using CDs as a data storage medium. So I still primarily think of CDs as something holding digital information rather than audio. And yeah, I realize audio CDs are holding digital information (if you want to go down that route), but --> :-p
Hadn't heard of it before now.
I tried the sample (https://raytracer-mono-aot.platform.uno/[^]) on a VM that doesn't have much RAM and it failed. Tried it on another machine and it worked (both on latest FireFox).
I'd like to see the dev environment and try developing a small android app to give better evaluation.
Looks interesting though.
I had a look at the getting started tutorial and it looks nice. I've done plenty of WPF apps so the ViewModel and XAML approach are familiar concepts. I'll definitely keep it in mind if I need to do a mobile app.
I've had a look at other cross-platform / native frameworks like Flutter, but what I don't like about that one is that the views and code are mixed together and I need to learn another Language (Dart). Uno looks easier to get started with, at least for me.
There's an implementation of the Windows 10 calculator done in Uno (called *Uno Calc") that I use all the time on Android. It serves as a technology demonstrator but more to the point is a great calculator!
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