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Volte, and its future

Volte, and its future

Hey! Greem from Ultz here. You're probably not used to seeing me post on this blog, as it's mostly done by Ultz' higher-ups. I figured I'd write this post for everyone to see today to explain what's going on with Volte V4, and Volte's future.
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Evan Husted

Go live with Silk.NET 2.0 Preview 4

Go live with Silk.NET 2.0 Preview 4

DirectX, Maths, and more. Silk.NET 2.0 Preview 4 is a big leap for Silk.NET as it's the first time we're confident enough to
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Dylan Perks

Managing Director at Ultz. Maintainer of Silk.NET. Member of .NET Foundation and British Computer Society.

SilkTouch: Slots & VTables

Please read the previous blog post, which introduces SilkTouch and it's core features Invokes & Marshalling.This time, we are going to talk about this little
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Kai Jellinghaus

Maintainer of Silk.NET

SilkTouch: Invokes & Marshalling

SilkTouch? What even is that?Most people don't realize this, but a lot is going into getting all those bindings going. SilkTouch is our solution to
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Kai Jellinghaus

Maintainer of Silk.NET

Announcing Silk.NET 2.0 Preview 3

Announcing Silk.NET 2.0 Preview 3

Woah, this is different. A dedicated blog for Silk.NET and other development news? This is new. I guess now I have to get used to
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Dylan Perks

Managing Director at Ultz. Maintainer of Silk.NET. Member of .NET Foundation and British Computer Society.