The Xamarin developer community is growing at an extraordinary rate with the help of some amazing user groups around the world. This month, there are tons of new and exciting events just around the corner, like Xamarin Dev Days! The time is now to fully engage in the newly open-sourced Xamarin SDKs and awesome tools […]
Xamarin.Forms ships with a built-in Service Locator, called DependencyService, which allows us to register and resolve dependencies. Typically, we use this to enable accessing and invoking platform specific logic in our shared code. The
DependencyService is very convenient and easy to use, but it does come with a limitation.
All mobile apps need a backend, and Azure App Service can help bring that backend to life. From simple no-code backends with Azure Easy Tables to fully-customizable ASP.NET Web API backends, Azure has options to help you build a backend to power your mobile app. Once you’ve built a backend for storing data, authenticating users, […]
- What It Takes To Get Your App To Market
- Refining Your Developer App for the Right Market
- Can You Go It Alone?
- If You Build It, Will Users Come?
- Your App Needs an MVP
- Developer Startups Can Be Pure Comedy
Now that you’ve moved your idea to prototype and developed an actual minimum viable product that you can give to customers for some feedback, you’re almost ready to take the next step and make some valuable time and monetary investments in it. It’s time to talk about funding: Where to get it, how to get it, and how to use it.
Before we talk about funding, though, a few things you should know about the investors you go after and what makes technology startups riskier for those investors.