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Recapping Xamarin Developer Summit

The first-ever Xamarin Developer Summit has come to a close. The Xamarin team had an action-packed two days of announcements, talks, and hanging out with our community in Houston! Here is a recap of some of the most important pieces you may have missed if you weren’t able to join in person or watch through the live streams. 

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Snppts – Beautiful UI Snippets for Xamarin.Forms

Guest Post: Steven Thewissen is a Xamarin developer, Microsoft MVP, and author from the Netherlands with a knack for all things graphical. He co-founded Snppts and also creates/maintains several NuGet packages for Xamarin. He loves to drink coffee, IPA beers, and keep up the illusion that he is any good at soccer and gaming.

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Xamarin.Essentials welcomes tvOS, watchOS, and Tizen

This week marked the launch of Xamarin.Essentials 1.2 packed full of new enhancements and optimizations. The main highlight is the new file preview features enabling you to send, view, and email files from a single cross-platform API. We are actively seeking feedback on these features.

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Announcing XAML Hot Reload for Xamarin.Forms

Today at Xamarin Developer Summit, we announced XAML Hot Reload for Xamarin.Forms, which enables you to make changes to your XAML UI and see them reflected live, without requiring another build and deploy.
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XAML Hot Reload for Xamarin.Forms speeds up your development and makes it easier to build,

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Xamarin.Forms 4.1.0 Stable Now Available

Today we are happy to announce Xamarin.Forms 4.1 availability on NuGet. Our 3.0.0 series of releases focused heavily on growing Xamarin.Forms by filling in the gaps. We learned that this should be available by default and want to continue effectively growing Xamarin.Forms to best meet your needs and improve productivity.

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