I created the vbxml auto completion VSIX. It provides auto completion for HTML5 in VB.NET, but it is allowed only inside vbxml tags:
<vbxml> <!—auto completion for HTML 5 is available here --> </vbxml>
give it a try:
Feedback is appreciated:
If someone were to make a sample that could provide me the following:
In as pure of a VB model as possible... I'd be all over WASM.
Some nice things to have would be to have events/api for:
From here it would be possible, in theory, to write a simple 2D game... from there... we could start implementing line-of-business type display components.
Unfortunatly, I haven't been able to find a simple, straight forward sample that shows how to do any of this (even in C#) - and I haven't had time to dig into the specifics of WASM and/or Blazor. You'd think this would be something that would already exists... it's basically a "hello world" for a graphics based interface. If anyone does know how to create a sample (even in C#) of how to do the above... I would then be very interested in continuing forward with several ideas that I have (and a couple of projects that I think would be perfect to demonstrate this). I have one project right now that is literally a WinForms application with nothing but a PictureBox for the display -- where I draw to an image in memory and then update the "display" by updating the Image of the PictureBox... all UI is done through code - buttons, popups, text entry, menus, etc.
Even if a sample was a raw as initializing a display and drawing (and able to redraw) a single pixel... I could then take the ball and run. ;-)