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Mixing Languages a day ago

New users coming fresh to Elements are often wondering how the compiler is able to mix different programming languages, or how it ends up that you can use the same language on different platforms ("doesn't C# only work on .NET?"). Here's how it works.Elements is not made up of [ Read more ]

Elements Import Recipes 21 days ago

Some time ago, we've introduced Import Projects to Elements. These let you import a set of C header files for Island and Cocoa. An import project produces an .fx that can be used from a regular Island or Cocoa project, depending on what the import project is targeting. [ Read more ]

Data Abstract and Remoting SDK 10 28 days ago

Back in March, we began shipping the first preview builds of Data Abstract and Remoting SDK 10, the next generation of our popular two frameworks for building remote services and for multi-tier data access. This happened in parallel to us releasing the last two 9.x updates, 9.6 in [ Read more ]

WebAssembly, a Primer 1 months ago

In my previous blog post, I presented an example of universal code and outlined some guidelines on how to best approach writing code that can be deployed on every target without modification. I am going to continue posting examples and interesting pieces of code that you can freely copy and [ Read more ]

Video: Bringing your iOS App to the Mac with Catalyst (née Marzipan) 1 months ago

A couple blog posts back I gave you a quick peek at our support for UIKit for Mac (a.k.a. Project Catalyst, or Marzipan) in Elements. It's really easy to get your iOS app running on macOS Catalina with just a single setting change (but of course you'll want [ Read more ]