James Montemagno
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James Montemagno

.NET MAUI

Enabling Users to Manage Subscriptions on iOS/Android

You know I love talking about in app purchases and subscriptions. Due to my InAppBilling library I get all the "fun" updates when Apple or Google force developers to make changes to stay compliant. Upcoming is a nice large change from Google to push Android developers to use Billing v4 (which my library does!) and another is that we must now give users a way to easily manage and cancel their subscriptions. You may have recently seen this message from google: We’re updating our Subscriptions poli…

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App Configuration Settings in .NET MAUI (appsettings.json)

.NET MAUI is right around the corner and Preview 13 is out right now! There are so many great features packed into .NET MAUI and my favorite has to be all of the great Dependency Injection and configuration that goes into the MauiProgram startup. If you want to know more checkout my most recent YouTube video breaking down Preview 13 and all of the configuration that is built in including Essentials, Blazor, and more. But, what if you want to do other things that aren't included out of the box..…

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Goodbye Android Emulators, the Windows Subsystem for Android is Here!

Android Emulators have been a pain in everyone's side for pretty much ever. Intel HAXM is great, but limited to Intel, then there were custom emulators like Xamarin Android Player and Genymotion, but required additional installs, and finally Hyper-V support, which brought with it AMD support, and side by side Docker support as well. But now, Windows 11 is here and so is a brand new Insiders Preview that brings with it Android app support, which is CRAZY AWESOME. More so is that you can use the n…

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