So on iOS, UIScrollView bounces by default so in Xamarin.Forms the ScrollView natrually bounces. But what if you don’t want your ScrollView to bounce? Android doesn’t bounce, so we won’t worry about it. Let’s solve this problem with a custom renderer and control called NoBounceScrollView.
Xamarin.Tip – No Bounce ScrollView in Xamarin.Forms by Alex Dunn
In this post from David Britch, Developer Writer at Microsoft, he explains how you can extend FlexLayout, the new layout in Xamarin.Forms 3.0, to handle dynamic data such as that fetched from a web service or database.
Binding a FlexLayout to a Collection by David Britch
We announced Xamarin.Essentials, a core set of cross-platform APIs to help developers build native apps, at Microsoft Build 2018. Xamarin.Essentials gives developers access to over thirty platform-specific APIs that can be accessed from their shared code, including geolocation, secure storage, sensors, device information, and many more. Best of all, Xamarin.Essentials can be used in any iOS, Android, UWP, or Xamarin.Forms app, regardless of how you create the user interface. Feedback on the first preview from developers has been fantastic, with praise of a simple and straightforward way to access these native features.