April 25, 2016 — The new beta 8 version of C#/XAML for HTML5 - the free Visual Studio extension that enables developers to create HTML5 apps using only C# and XAML - is now available! It introduces over 25 highly requested features, such as Extensibility (3rd parties can finally create plugins and components!), ControlTemplates/Storyboard (it is finally possible to customize the built-in controls), C#/JS interop (it is finally possible to go beyond the built-in features by writing native JS code and making existing JS libraries accessible from the C#/XAML code), and many more!
(The beta is limited to the first 10,000 downloads. Get it quickly!)
Users who registered for one of the previous betas have been sent an email containing the download link. If you have not received it, please contact us.
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As you know, the future of Silverlight doesn't look very bright. Chrome, Edge, and mobile browsers do not support it, and Firefox has recently announced that it will stop supporting it in late 2016. If you have a Silverlight application, chances are that you are looking for a way to migrate it to other technologies.
If your app targets only Windows-based machines, and if deployment is not an issue for you, your best bet may be to migrate to WPF or UWP. However, if you want your app to run in the browser, or if you want to reach other platforms, you will likely find C#/XAML for HTML5 a compelling choice.
In fact, C#/XAML for HTML5 is the only solution that lets you reuse most of your SL code, keep coding in a Silverlight-like way, and at the same time generate cross-platform HTML5-based apps. Your apps run on any modern browser, without the user installing any plugins, and you can even package them for deployment on iOS and Android via PhoneGap/Cordova.
There are already tens of companies that are migrating their SL apps to the web using C#/XAML for HTML5. Our team is here to ensure that the migration progress goes well. If you need any assistance, please contact us.
We provide both Free Support and Professional Services. Depending on your needs, you may find that the Free Support is enough, or you may request a quote for Professional Services. Professional Services include expedited development of specific features just for you, assistance to migrate your apps, review of your app source code under NDA to list what is supported and what is not, and more. Please contact us at email@example.com
C#/XAML for HTML5 is a free extension for Visual Studio that enables developers to create cross-platform HTML5 apps exclusively using C# and XAML.
Benefits over alternative cross-platform development tools include zero learning curve for C#/XAML developers, a robust well-organized strongly-typed development experience, the ability to share C# code between the client and the server, and the ability to port legacy apps to the modern web with minimal effort, notably to convert Silverlight apps to HTML.
More information and download can be found at: www.cshtml5.com
Userware is a software company founded in 2007 by two experts in Microsoft technologies. It has gained popularity in the recent years for consumer apps such as XLS Editor (#1 Paid Productivity App in the Windows Store for 8 consecutive months), and WikiOS.org, a patent-pending online operating system made in Silverlight that can be enhanced Wiki-style by users using an online development environment. With "C#/XAML for HTML5", Userware aims to enable all C#/XAML developers to build cross-platform HTML5 apps with the skills, tools, and code base they already have.
Userware is online at: www.userware-solutions.com
You can contact the team behind C#/XAML for HTML5 at: firstname.lastname@example.org