Hello buddies! This post closes the Pages section here in the blog, in this last post I will show the MasterDetailPage, samples and, as I always do, a practical application of this kind of page. I hope you like it!
In this post we will talk about the ListView, a control used to show data in a list format.
Are you curious to know how good is Xamarin performance when compared with other platforms? What’s the final app size? How much code sharing can we expect? In this post we will see a list full of comparisons that answer these questions and even more.
Hi guys! In this post I come back to show more two options of Pages in Xamarin.Forms, they are the TabbedPage and the CarouselPage. Let’s see how we can use them to create our mobile apps.
In my last post I showed to you the structure of a Xamarin.Forms app, we also used some of its components to create a simple screen that had native look-and-feel in each one of the three platforms. From this post we will learn more about these components starting by the Pages.
Hi folks, continuing our post series about Xamarin.Forms, this time I will show how to create our first Xamarin.Forms app, how the project is structured and which are the most important files.
Hi guys, how you doing? I’m here one more time to talk about Xamarin, in this post I’ll talk about Xamarin.Forms, a API launched in 2014 that enable us to share even more code between our mobile apps.
Hi guys, how are you? Those who know me or follow me on the internet are seeing how much I’m in love for Xamarin and how I’m betting on it to build amazing native mobile apps that are delighting my customers.
Every time I can, I like to read books about the subjects that I’m looking to learn, programming is not different, besides it’s considered a practical field where most of the learning comes trough experience (the famous “learn by doing”), I think important to read books, they help us to build theoretical foundation that we can use to justify our practical decisions.
It’s World Cup time in Brazil and is impossible to programming without at least split the attention between the PC monitor and the matches on the TV. But the matches there aren’t the only thing that have excited me in the last weeks, actually, use C# to develop the web and mobile applications through Xamarin has excited me even more and the experience have been very interesting.
In the last days I thought: “Why don’t join these two things and write a blog post showing how we can use Xamarin features to visualize information about the World Cup?”.