We recently held Xamarin’s first ever Mobile Leaders Summit at Xamarin Evolve 2016. Mobility leaders from global organizations, top analysts, and industry experts convened to learn and share best practices around enterprise mobility and achieving business success through mobile transformation. We released the first of the sessions here, and the second one here. The Summit […]
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The Xamarin developer community can’t stop talking about our recent announcements that Xamarin is now included in all editions of Visual Studio, including the free Visual Studio Community Edition, and that we’ve open-sourced the Xamarin SDKs. This means now is the perfect time for you to dive into the world of Xamarin and learn about […]
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.NET is everywhere, from mobile to desktop, game consoles to IoT devices, and the cloud and beyond. Naturally, the excitement in the developer community around .NET is growing as well, and luckily for us June 7 marks the kick off of dotNetConf, a free, annual virtual event focused on all things .NET and C#. With three […]
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Xamarin: Mobile Leaders Summit Recording | The Mobile Mind Shift: Opportunities, Challenges, and Solutions for Today’s Mobile Leader
We recently held our first Mobile Leaders Summit at Xamarin Evolve 2016, where mobility leaders from global organizations, top analysts, and industry experts convened to learn and share best practices around enterprise mobility and achieving business success through mobile transformation. We released the first of the sessions from the Summit here, and today I’m excited […]
Nearly all applications require that users interact with your app via a keyboard. It could be a search bar, a text field, or something else — users typically use the keyboard in some way for input. iOS comes with different types of keyboards that can solve just about any need, but there are times when some additional feature would be great. In Google’s Gmail app for iOS, for instance, maybe you’d like to make things a bit easier by adding e-mail addresses for .net, .org, and other domain suffixes. This article will look at how to modify the existing iOS Keyboard to better fit the needs of the application.