Xamarin: Early Bird Prices for Xamarin Evolve 2016 End December 31!

Early Bird ticket prices (more than 20% off!) for Xamarin Evolve 2016 in Orlando, Florida will end at midnight on on December 31, 2015—register now so you don’t miss out!   The Future of Apps Xamarin Evolve 2016 includes two full days of technical training covering iOS, Android, and cross-platform best practices and is the […]

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Adam J Wolf: Weekly Xamarin Newsletter Issue #72

Building Native, Cross-Platform Mobile Apps with Xamarin 4 Courtney Witmer, from Xamarin Inc., has released the Xamarin 4 webinar recording. Xamarin Link Roundup – 22 December 2015 Kym Phillpotts, from Xamarin Inc., has all your Xamarin links in one blog post. Xamarin: Learn Mobile Development Best Practices at Xamarin Evolve 2016 Joseph Hill, from Xamarin […]

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Xamarin: Webinar Recording: Building Native, Cross-Platform Mobile Apps with Xamarin 4

Xamarin has everything you need to build, test, and monitor great mobile apps, and with the release of Xamarin 4, building mission-critical mobile apps your users will love just got even easier. In this webinar recording, Developer Evangelist James Montemagno shows you how to start coding, debugging, and prototyping iOS, Android, and Windows apps on […]

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Xamarin: Learn Mobile Development Best Practices at Xamarin Evolve 2016

Early Bird ticket prices (more than 20% off!) for Xamarin Evolve 2016 in Orlando, Florida end on December 31, 2015-buy yours now so you don’t miss out on this special discount! Improve Your App with Best Practice Guidance from the Experts The new year is fast approaching, so we wanted to give everyone a reminder […]

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Greg Shackles: Performance Profiling Your Xamarin Apps

In addition to how an app looks and what it does, a major contributor to an app’s UX is how well it performs. With so much competition and an abundance of high-quality apps available in the app stores, users now have high expectations for apps to be quick and easy to use. Mobile devices also simply don’t have the resources you might be used to when working on desktop or Web applications, so it’s always important to keep these processing and memory constraints in mind when designing your apps.

Read the full article over at Visual Studio Magazine.

Xamarin: Accelerate Mobile App Development with Over 500 Components

It’s been a very productive year for the components team, and today we’re proud to announce that we now have over 500 components in the Xamarin Component Store! In addition to all of the new and exciting components we’ve added this year, we’ve also been busy keeping our existing components fresh and making them even […]

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Adam J Wolf: Weekly Xamarin Newsletter Issue #71

Build Your Own Game Levels with CoinTime Craig Dunn, from Xamarin Inc., goes over how to create new levels for your 2D games. Indie Game Developers Get Xamarin for Free Joseph Hill, from Xamarin Inc., delivers holiday presents early for game developers. Have I Been Pwned? Xamarin.Forms app Gerald Versluis created a new Xamarin.Forms app […]

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Xamarin: Monitor Azure Resource Usage and Predict Expenses

As organizations continue moving to the cloud, it’s increasingly important to monitor resource usage and predict expenses with the ‘Pay-As-You-Go’ model. This common payment model in cloud technology can be used to save expenses, but can often turn into a white elephant if not monitored properly. To achieve maximum cost saving, Microsoft introduced the Azure Billing […]

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