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SDKBrowser Application

Telerik UI for .NET MAUI SDKBrowser is a set of examples that explain how to use the features of a control. The SDKBrowser shows the components in their pure form without adding extra styling and polishing. It's the go-to source for "how do I use X in Y control". Most of the code snippets available in the documentation are directly generated from the examples in the SDKBrowser (you can see special comments in the code for this).

You can access the SDKBrowser application in the following ways:

  • If you have already installed Telerik UI for .NET MAUI, navigate to the /[installation-path]/Telerik UI for .NET MAUI [version]/Examples/SdkBrowser folder and open the SdkBrowserMaui.sln file;
  • You can explore the code directly in the .NET MAUI Sample Applications Repository on GitHub;

Run SDKBrowser on Windows

  1. Open the SDKBrowserMaui.sln on Windows with Visual Studio 2022 Preview.

    Telerik UI Maui SDKBrowser Maui App VS Code

  2. Wait for the project to restore.

  3. Select the target framework of the project.

    Telerik UI .NET MAUI SdkBrowserMaui App

  4. Select the emulator or device on which you want to run the application.

    • SDKBrowser application on WinUI.

    Telerik UI for .NET MAUI SDKBrowser App WinUI

Install and Run SDKBrowser on macOS

Review the macOS Install .NET MAUI GitHub Wiki page for more information how to get started on macOS.

  1. Open Terminal inside the SdkBrowser app folder.

  2. Run on macOS using the following command:

    dotnet build -t:Run -f net8.0-maccatalyst

  3. Run on iOS using the following command:

    dotnet build -t:Run -f net8.0-ios—This command starts a default simulator. To run the application on specific device, you need to provide the device ID. For example: dotnet build -t:Run -f net8.0-ios -p:_DeviceName=:v2:udid=02C556DA-64B8-440B-8F06-F8C56BB7CC22 where the device ID is 02C556DA-64B8-440B-8F06-F8C56BB7CC22.

    To find the ID:

    1. Open Xcode,
    2. Click Devices from the Window menu.
    3. Select Connected device.
    4. Under Device Information, you will get an identifier, or UDID, of the device.

    • SDKBrowser application on MacCatalyst.

    Telerik UI for .NET MAUI SDKBrowser App MacCatalyst

    • SDKBrowser application on Android and iOS.

    Telerik UI for .NET MAUI SDKBrowser App Android iOS

Check the .NET MAUI Examples Apps topic which lists all the sample applications built with Telerik UI for .NET MAUI.

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