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The .NET Meteor allows you to build, debug
.NET apps and deploy them to devices or emulators.
You can use this extension in the
Linux operation systems.
The extension provides you with a basic
XAML syntax highlighting and shows snippets for .NET MAUI / third-party controls (it's necessary to build your project first).
XAML Hot Reload
Meteor support XAML Hot Reload for any platform. See the instruction below to enable Hot Reload in your project.
MAUI Blazor Support
The extension allows you to build and debug
MAUI Blazor apps (including the
Multiple Folders in a Workspace
You can use muliple folders in your workspace and change the current running project.
Your can build and debug projects, written in the
Run the Application
- Open a project's folder.
- Open the Run and Debug VSCode tab and click the
create a launch.json file.
- In the opened panel, select the
.NET Meteor Debugger.
- In the status bar, select a project (if your opened folder contains several projects) and a configuration (the debug is the default).
- In the status bar, click the device name and select a target device/emulator from the opened panel.
F5 to debug the application or
ctrl + F5 to launch the application without debugging.
Enable XAML Hot Reload
- Open the
.csproj file of your project and add the following package reference:
<PackageReference Include="DotNetMeteor.HotReload.Plugin" Version="3.*"/>
- Enable Hot Reload Server in your
- Now you can run your project, update XAML and see updates in real-time!
The following table lists supported .NET target platforms and their capabilities:
||Build and Run
You can debug WinUI apps using the C# VSCode extension with attaching the .NET Core Debugger.
About the Author
I'm Nikita Romanov, a passionate programming enthusiast with a focus on .NET MAUI. I work with an amazing team at
DevExpress to make the lives of developers around us easier. Our team is dedicated to creating a comprehensive mobile component suite for .NET MAUI which is currently available
free-of-charge. In my free time, I work on my hobby project,
DotNet.Meteor, which is always open to feedback and contributions. Feel free to share your thoughts with me, and let's make the .NET MAUI community even better together!