Xamarin: Kickstart Your Project with Our New Bootstrapped Mobile Apps

Xamarin makes it fast, easy, and fun to build great mobile apps. Building a mobile app starts in the same place any other project does, with File -> New Project. With that in mind, we’re excited to share new cross-platform mobile apps for iOS, Android, and Windows 10 that will eventually become a part of […]

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Xamarin: Last Xamarin Dev Days of 2016

Xamarin Dev Days provides an easy way for you to learn mobile development for iOS, Android, and Windows in a free, full-day event complete with introductory sessions, live demos, and a hands-on workshop. We’ve seen a remarkable response from developers looking to dive into mobile development, with over 125 events in more than 40 countries, […]

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Jonathan Dick: App Shortcuts in Xamarin on Android 7.1

With the Pixel release, Android 7.1 is upon us and it’s never too early to start playing with some new features! One of the features I’ve been looking most forward to is App Shortcuts (previously known as Quickcuts).  This is basically Android’s equivalent to 3D Touch Quick Actions on iOS. While technically, the Google Now … Continue reading App Shortcuts in Xamarin on Android 7.1
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Xamarin: Mobile Leaders Podcast | Understanding the Uniqueness of Mobile DevOps with Roy Cornelissen, Xpirit

This is the second episode in our Mobile Leaders podcast series, focused on helping you achieve success with your mobile initiatives faster through different perspectives and experiences from industry analysts, veterans, and mobile leaders from large and small organizations. In today’s episode, join Steve Hall and I as we discuss the hot topic of Mobile […]

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