As a mobile developer building apps for Android, there are many tools used under the hood to build, deploy, and debug your Android applications. We know this can be an intimidating process. So to ensure that you will have the best experience while focusing on developing your apps,
Keeping up with the latest in .NET, C#, Xamarin, and Azure is easier than ever. Co-hosts Matt Soucoup and James Montemagno cover a range of topics relevant to Xamarin developers from designing mobile apps to identity management. This week’s episode includes Xamarin.Forms 4 and the most recent features that were just released!
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This post was guest authored and contributed by Leonardo Viacava. Leo is co-founder and CTO of UXDivers, creators of Grial UI Kit and Gorilla Player. UXDivers specializes in designing and coding engaging mobile experiences using Xamarin technologies.
Grial UI Kit
Grial UI Kit provides XAML templates,
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On July 11-12th, the community-run Xamarin Developer Summit is set to launch in Houston, Texas. The two-day conference is packed full of amazing Xamarin content, covering a wide range of mobile development topics by expert speakers from around the world. Microsoft is excited to partner with the Xamarin Developer Summit community and for helping to bring even more Xamarin awesomeness to this conference.
A common scenario for mobile apps is to help their users get to a specific location. This may be a restaurant, office, or the trailhead for the most amazing hike in the pacific northwest. We can leverage the existing built-in map application of iOS,
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Just a few weeks ago we shipped Xamarin.Forms 4.0, which introduced the new Shell navigation for quickly bootstrapping your applications. As well as image source unification to make it convenient to use the same images everywhere, like the new FontImageSource. Several months ago our very own James Montemagno submitted a pull request introducing a CheckBox control.