I really like this and I would love to see this being supported for other types of .NET projects (like WPF and console apps) and not only web apps. Especially the use of NuGet as it would make modularity enabled by default.
I have been thinking about the ability to write scripts in C# (.csx) and VB.NET (.vbx). What if you just could run a program that is getting compiled and run directly from source files using Roslyn? "K" Runtime seems to enable that via the Console App project type. Is this something you are looking into?
Nice to see all the innovation happening. I'm looking forward to see and hear more in the future.
Imagine enabling all .NET applications to be dynamic and modular.
What if you just could double-click a ".csx" source file (with directives to other files) and then the app (whether Console, WPF or Web app) automatically launched after "Roslyn" dynamically compiled the app using its own designated runtime (.NET or Mono) on the fly?
I want to see more like this one. I would also want to learn more about MVVM best practices.
I'm myself struggeling with building a rather simple solution that loads data into a LongListSelector as it is scrolling. I then want the data to be cached locally by some data service. I don't want to make things complicated - be over-doing it, to say.
How are you guys at Microsoft building such solutions? How is it done in the People hub? I feel like I need a complete reference project for that scenario.
Just got reminded about a blog post I read a week ago. It's a tip for those who rather prefer to write code in a .NET language like C#. All of the tools still compile down to JS. Not as elegant as TypeScript though.