On Android developers cannot define whether the input field supports non standards/custom keyboards. This might be an issue for secured applications, like mobile banking, or any line of business apps….
Xamarin.Forms allows you to build native user interfaces for iOS, Android, and Windows from a single shared codebase using C# or XAML. Each user interface element in Xamarin.Forms is rendered natively on each platform using a renderer class that creates the corresponding native control for that platform. For example, the Xamarin.Forms control Entry is rendered […]
The Xamarin Evolve 2016 schedule is now available online, including session times, so you can start planning your time at the conference! During the two days of the event, you’ll select from more than 50 sessions across 6 tracks, including Design, Build, Integrate, Test, Secure, and Monitor. In addition to publishing the schedule, we have […]
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Sold out! Xamarin Evolve Sells Out for the Third Time We all knew this was going to happen and now it has. Introducing Xamarin Workbooks Craig Dunn wants you to give Xamarin Workbooks a try. Podcast Interviews with Dan Hermes: Microsoft, Xamarin.Forms, His Music and His Tiki Drinks Dan Hermes is on “Yet Another Podcast” […]
We’re thrilled to announce that Xamarin Evolve 2016 is officially sold out! This year’s conference is set to be the best Evolve ever, with exciting speakers including Steve Wozniak, Grant Imahara, Charles Petzold, and other industry leaders, as well as great mobile development training, 50+ technical sessions, hacking in the Darwin Lounge, and an attendee-only […]
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