Running a Windows UI (Project Reunion) App as Partial Trust (Windows App Container)

I’ve covered this a couple of times already but it’s already possible to run a Windows UI (aka WinUI / Project Reunion) app as “partial trust”. This is roughly equivalent to the security context of a UWP application. However, there are some difference, which I’m assuming Microsoft will have to bridge if they’re going to … Continue reading “Running a Windows UI (Project Reunion) App as Partial Trust (Windows App Container)”

Expired iOS Certificate and Provisioning Profile

Every time I think that I have things sorted for the build process of my applications, sure enough, Apple find some way to mess it up. This time it’s the fact that the certificate and provisioning profile I’m using in my fully automated build and release pipeline has expired. Of course, this would be for … Continue reading “Expired iOS Certificate and Provisioning Profile”

Visual Designer, Hot Reload and Beyond

In the last couple of years we’ve seen a massive spike in interest around “Hot Reload” thanks to the popularity of frameworks such as React/React Native and more recently, Flutter. The goal of Hot Reload is to allow developers to iteratively change their application code, whilst debugging their application – this cuts down considerably the … Continue reading “Visual Designer, Hot Reload and Beyond”