Using too many libraries and your app size is too big? Don't worry the linker is here to save the day! That is right the Mono linker and .NET Native are here to shrink that app and library size and can be highly customized. We take a look at why you would want to use the linker, how to preserve code from getting linked, and how to optimize your libraries and apps.
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