Daniel Hindrikes

Daniel Hindrikes

Architect and developer

Borlänge, Sweden

Daniel is a developer and architect that has a passion for developing mobile apps powered by the cloud. Daniel has been developing mobile apps for more than 10 years, and developed for all major platforms, iOS, Android, Widows and Mac. He started with Xamarin in the very early days. The latest years he has also done a lot of development with Blazor, both websites and hybrid apps using .NET MAUI.

Daniel enjoying sharing his knowledge by speaking, blogging, and creating videos. He has a YouTube channel with focus on .NET MAUI content.
Daniel is also a co-author of the book, Xamarin.Forms projects and a Microsoft MVP in Developer Technologies.


Area of Expertise

  • Information & Communications Technology


  • Xamarin
  • Xamarin.Forms
  • .NET
  • Azure
  • .NET Frontend
  • C#.Net
  • MobileDevOps
  • Azure DevOps
  • Blazor

Architecture tips for hybrid apps with .NET MAUI and Blazor

With BlazorWebView you can use Blazor to build hybrid .NET MAUI apps where you can use Blazor to build the UI, but still, have access to all native APIs. This also means that you can reuse code from your Blazor web pages.

In this session, Daniel will show you some tips on how you can architect your apps to make it possible to share as much code as possible between web, mobile, and desktop for the platforms, iOS, Android, macOS, and Windows and still have a good user experience on all platforms.

.NET MAUI and maps

With the release of .NET 7, MAUI finally has a map control. During this session, Daniel will show you the basics of maps in .NET MAUI, but also how you can customize them and make more advanced stuff.

How to build great apps with .NET MAUI

.NET MAUI is a multi-platform framework for building apps for iOS, Android, macOS, and Windows with one shared code base.

During this session, Daniel Hindrikes will give his best tips on how to make a .NET MAUI app great on all platforms. That not only includes how to make it look great but also how you should build it to be accessible for everyone.

Should You Build an App in 2023? Navigating the Mobile App Landscape

In 2023, the software development landscape offers an abundance of options for creating mobile applications. With web, hybrid, and native app approaches available, choosing the right path can be daunting.

Join Daniel Hindrikes as he explores the pros and cons of each approach, providing valuable insights to help you determine the optimal strategy for your software project. This session will cover the latest trends, technologies, and best practices in mobile app development, empowering you to make informed decisions and maximize the success of your app in today's ever-evolving digital landscape.

Let's go to MAUI

.NET MAUI (Multi-Platform App User interface) is the next generation of Xamarin.Forms. But is more than just "Xamarin.Forms 6.0". Microsoft has done a large architecture update to make it more extensible and to improve the performance. .NET MAUI also has a focus on both mobile and desktop compared with Xamarin.Forms that had the main focus on mobile. The supported platforms for .NET MAUI are iOS, Android, Windows, and macOS.

This session will show how to get started with .NET MAUI and how you can migrate your existing Xamarin.Forms app to .NET MAUI.

Swetugg 2019

February 2019 Stockholm, Sweden

Update Conference Prague 2018

November 2018 Prague, Czechia

Microsoft TechDays 2018

October 2018 Kista, Sweden

Daniel Hindrikes

Architect and developer

Borlänge, Sweden