At Xamarin Evolve 2016 we announced that Xamarin.Forms is now open source and introduced a brand new Xamarin.Forms Previewer that renders a live preview of a page side-by-side with the corresponding XAML markup, directly within your Xamarin Studio environment. Xamarin.Forms has also had tons of new features added in the last several months to help […]
Mobile-optimized DevOps has never been easier, and it’s setting Xamarin customers apart. With demanding users and high stakes delivery timelines, Coca-Cola Bottling Co. Consolidated’s (CCBCC) DevOps processes help its developers create apps that users love for their ease of use and business stakeholders love for their impact on sales. Here, Tarandeep Kaur, Sr. ISS Application […]
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The latest preview release of Xamarin.Forms (2.3.0) includes some great new features, including Themes, Data Pages, URL Navigation, and a brand new control, the CarouselView. You can think of the CarouselView as the successor to the CarouselPage, which had the restriction of a page that couldn’t be embedded easily. In contrast, the new CarouselView is […]
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For whatever reason I’ve been allowed to keep rambling about it since then, so I have some more links to share!
I was invited to speak at dotnetConf, which was an awesome virtual conference involving many great folks from Microsoft in addition to many others from around the community. There was a ton of great content, so I definitely encourage you to go check it out. I did a session named Monitoring Your Mobile Apps in the Wild, which was based on the previously mentioned session I did at Evolve.
It’s always a blast to talk to Carl and Richard, so it was an honor to be invited back to chat about this stuff. The episode, titled Instrumenting Mobile Apps with Greg Shackles
Okay, so this one is my own podcast and I’m cheating a little. Yesterday we published an episode with John-Daniel Trask of Raygun, talking about their new Real User Monitoring solution for the web and mobile apps called Pulse. The subject matter is right in line with all of this so I figured I’d give it an extra shout out.
Yesterday, Apple announced several exciting innovations during the WWDC keynote presentation to kick off Apple’s annual developer conference. No matter what Apple platform your building for today, there’s an update that will provide you with brand new APIs and features to explore. iOS 10 Let’s start off with Apple’s most popular platform, iOS. This year […]
In this episode we’re joined by John-Daniel Trask, founder and CEO of Raygun, to talk about Pulse – their Real User Monitoring solution for web and mobile apps.
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This week on the Xamarin Podcast, Mike and I break down the latest major stable release of Xamarin, Cycle 7, which includes the brand-new Xamarin Studio 6, Visual Studio 4.1, and updates to Xamarin.iOS, Xamarin.Android, Xamarin.Mac, and Mono. Subscribe or Download Today Knowing the latest in .NET, C#, and Xamarin is easier than ever with […]
This year’s dotNetConf, a worldwide virtual .NET conference, was the biggest and best yet! dotNetConf ran for three full days of free amazing content for all .NET developers. Each day provided something unique, and started with a full day of ASP.NET, a full day of mobile and IoT, and wrapped up with a full community […]