Microsoft .NET MAUI Preview 11 updates Windows UI styling

 

The latest preview of the successor to Xamarin.Forms introduce support for Windows 11 UI styles and multi-window applications on macOS, iPad, and Windows.

Microsoft .NET MAUI Preview 11 updates the Windows user interface style
The latest preview of the successor to Xamarin.Forms introduce support for Windows 11 UI styles and multi-window apps on macOS, iPad, and Windows.
Preview 11 Microsoft .NET MAUI (Multi-platform App UI), a cross-platform development framework for building native mobile and desktop apps, is here, bringing initial support for the Windows 11 UI style and support for multi-window apps.

.NET MAUI, an evolution of Xamarin.Forms enable .NET developers to build native apps for iOS, Android, macOS, and Windows using C# and XAML. Introduced on January 5, the latest preview runs on the latest .NET preview and is available in Visual Studio 2022 17.1 Preview 2 for Windows.
.NET MAUI introduces support for multiple application windows, which is a big update compared to Xamarin.Forms. Application.Current.Windows contains references to all created windows. The multi-window implementation of the Windows App SDK is currently experimental.
Templates have been updated to use C# 10 patterns such as implicit usage and namespaces extracted from files. Added object templates for ContentPage and ContentView.
To integrate the Xamarin SDK with .NET 6, Microsoft updated the Apple-related SDKs to use the .NET 6 nine and nut types instead of System.nint and System.nuint. This affects the iOS, macOS, and tvOS libraries with .NET 6. To accept this change, developers must recompile code against .NET 6. To use explicitly in one of these types, developers must use their .NET 6 update code .type C#.