One of my Android apps includes a widget that auto-updates both at a fixed interval (AlarmService) and when tapping on the widget. In the past this was accomplished with something like this (C# Xamarin): This has worked for years just fine, not realizing that S+ devices (or anything targeting version 31 or above) on Android requires a PendingIntentFlag value in that GetBroadcast call. A brief search returned how “easy” this is, just add in a flag for PendingIntentFlags.UpdateCurrent or PendingIntentFlags.Mutable…
I read an article recently where an avid, experienced catfish angler said he likes to go out a few days before a full/new moon. He found the cats tend to be more agitated in the days leading up to a Solunar excellent day. I figured I’d give it a try, so I went out a day before the actual peak event was expected.
Coming on the heels of a peak fishing time but lacking the free time to actually go fishing, I figured I’d still give it a try. The weather is starting to warm up, it’s April, hopefully the catfish are waking up from Winter and looking for food.
I haven’t been kayak fishing in quite a while, and today was lined up to be an excellent Solunar day, beautiful weather, I figured why not? It’s a weekend, no other plans. Let’s go fishing!
This was driving me nuts for a few days, and unfortunately there’s very little documentation online on .Net MAUI…I’m hoping because it’s still relatively new. Don’t get me started on how frustrating both .Net MAUI and Xamarin can be…I’m sure you already know.