Started by Andy ONeill, May 17, 2018, 03:02:38 AM
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Quote from: Andy ONeill on December 15, 2018, 08:30:10 AMNow 2 months on and I've still not really started on the game.Due to other commitments I've not been able to work full time on this project.Hence there's still probably 6 months work to do.At the moment Microsoft is moving focus from .Net 4.x to .Net Core which is now version 2.2.Version 3.0 is imminent and will support WPF, which is what this suite is written in.WPF is, and will be, Windows only. You might wonder why we'd want to move to .net core 3.0.2 reasons:It runs faster. At least it does for web sites, I've not been able to do any desktop development using it yet.Longevity. We want these games to have as long a life as possible and the latest framework will be in support longer.
Quote from: Andy ONeill on December 15, 2018, 04:23:19 PMI've not.Did you seehttp://brianlagunas.com/getting-started-net-core-3-create-wpf-application/