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Build Xamarin apps with VS Code to M1 Macs, iPhones & Android
Build Xamarin apps with VS Code to M1 Macs, iPhones & Android
There have been numerous questions on different forums, of developers asking how to build Xamarin Apps using the terminal/CLI. The primary software/program used for Xamarin cross platform development is Microsoft’s Visual Studio. Visual Studio is classified as an Integrated Development Environment (IDE) that is used to build Xamarin apps. So, it has all the functionality you would need to build, d
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Xamarin.Forms 4.8 – Gradients & Brushes, Drag & Drop, and More!
Xamarin.Forms 4.8 – Gradients & Brushes, Drag & Drop, and More!
Today marks the release of Xamarin.Forms 4.8. With a collection of features and quality improvements, Xamarin.Forms will give you even more opportunities to build colorful, interactive cross-platform applications. Let us take a dive into all of the new features coming to you in Xamarin.Forms!
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Introducing C# Markup for Xamarin.Forms
Introducing C# Markup for Xamarin.Forms
This is a guest blog by Vincent Hoogendoorn. Vincent is a hands-on .NET architect, Xamarin veteran, CSharpForMarkup author, contributor of the C# Markup feature in Xamarin.Forms and co-founder of the Dutch Mobile .NET Developers meetup. Vincent works as Architect & Lead Mobile at Anywhere365.
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Xamarin.Forms 4.7: Grid Column & Row Definitions, Multi-Bindings, Shapes & Paths, and More!
Xamarin.Forms 4.7: Grid Column & Row Definitions, Multi-Bindings, Shapes & Paths, and More!
Today, the Xamarin.Forms team is releasing Xamarin.Forms 4.7 with a collection of feature additions and improvements. These new features will let you unleash your full creative abilities when developing Xamarin.Forms applications.
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Xamarin.Forms Comes to Surface Duo and Surface Neo
Xamarin.Forms Comes to Surface Duo and Surface Neo
Today we are announcing the preview availability of our cross-platform dual-screen support for the Surface Duo and Surface Neo, two new and amazing devices coming from the Surface team. Previously, we debuted Xamarin.Android and Xamarin.Forms support for the SDK for Surface Duo. Now that the Windows team has unveiled support for the Surface Neo, we are ready to preview our new dual-screen support
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Sharing Files & Email Attachments with Xamarin.Essentials Preview Features
Sharing Files & Email Attachments with Xamarin.Essentials Preview Features
In the recent release of Xamarin.Essentials (1.1.0), we introduced several new stable features including detect shake, browser customization, and a plethora of platform helpers. The team has also been working hard on one of the top requested features around files. So to get feedback from developers, we snuck a few preview features into 1.1.0. Including the ability to share a file or add a file as
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What’s New for Xamarin Developers in Visual Studio 2019
What’s New for Xamarin Developers in Visual Studio 2019
Visual Studio 2019 is the next major version of Visual Studio which is now generally available (GA)! With this version, there is a lot to love. From real-time collaboration with colleagues using Visual Studio Live Share to the new Visual Studio start window as well as delights like per-monitor DPI support and improved debug capabilities. We believe this is the best release of Visual Studio yet!
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Best Practices and Tips for Using Xamarin.UITest
Best Practices and Tips for Using Xamarin.UITest
We can all agree that it is very important for mobile apps to have great user interfaces, be accessible, and be extremely performant. Given the plethora of devices with different screen sizes, screen densities, and RAM, it is of utmost importance that we not only unit test app functionality but also have a set of robust user interface tests to ensure high quality and performant apps. We, on the Mo
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The Future of Mobile Development: Xamarin.Forms 4.0 Preview
The Future of Mobile Development: Xamarin.Forms 4.0 Preview
Yesterday at Microsoft Connect(); 2018 we announced our plans for Xamarin.Forms 4.0 and shared a public preview. Let’s now take a deeper look at the big changes, starting with Xamarin.Forms Shell, and then touch some of the other highlights. Through countless interviews, conversations, and surveys, we have heard your voice loud and clear. You want Xamarin.Forms to be easier to use “out of the box”
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Xamarin.Forms 3.3.0: Little Things, Huge Difference
Xamarin.Forms 3.3.0: Little Things, Huge Difference
The Xamarin.Forms team has been working closely with our open-source community to help fill in the “little things”. Things you’ve told us are important to building your mobile apps and being supremely productive in the process. Since Xamarin.Forms 3.0 shipped at Build 2018, we have been collaborating with you to deliver over 20 new features and fixes. With many more on the roadmap!
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