Today, we bring you a new report on the Maui Project progress.

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Testing the new Kirigami SwipeNavigator and at the same time testing the QMLBar plugin.

For upcoming releases, developers using MauiKit will have tools to let other third-party developers create plugins to expand the features of the app.

You can get Nota 1.1.0 now.

Today, we are pleased to announce the release of MauiKit and Maui Apps 1.1.0!.

"The 1.1.0 version brings updates, new features, bug fixes, and an improved cross-platform and convergent experience from the framework to the apps. For this first full release, the packages are distributed directly from the MauiKit official webpage."

A quick tutorial series on how to use MauiKit.
We will be crafting a convergent and multiplatform video player collection manager.

For the upcoming blog entry, we will craft a video player using MauiKit for mobile and desktop devices, GNU/Linux, Android, macOS, and Windows.

Quick preview for the first part of the series.

From this week's progress report: Better controls for a convergent and immersive UX.
Report coming out soon.

The new changes to the maui project from this week shown here in Nota and Index in Android. To know more about it check the new post on kde planet.

The new progress report is out.
Read about the development progress of the Maui Project: New and updated controls, improved apps, style, platforms support, and upcoming and testing features.

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