The only problem is “Microsoft” - as a linux guy I still feel a bit worried/uncertain about MS. Who knows what they decide again.
When C# was still only for Windows, I would never consider it, but nowadays, the benefit of one language and be able to write for so many platforms, it is definitely a strong contender to at least keep an eye on…
Hi, In my point of view that the flutter, Adalo and many more mobile application development platforms . But I recommend you to my experience use Flutter because it has many features to build an mobile app. It has already build code so you can just modify through your projects .
To @stefan.jarina point - Uno Platform is a contender in the mobile application dev. space, and you might even see Uno as an alternate path to the evolution of Xamarin Native.
Uno Platform lets you create pixel-perfect, single-source C# and XAML apps that run natively on Windows, iOS, Android, macOS, Linux, and Web via WebAssembly and while it uses the Xamarin Native (not Forms) stack for mobile and macOS development, it extends its reach to the web through WebAssembly (Wasm) and Linux through Skia. This means any updates to Xamarin (through MAUI and .NET) are carried over to Uno.