When we start developing a new application there’s the possibility that you don’t have the API ready yet. But you want to start doing the UI, so you want to code your app in a way that when API is available the integration will be easier to do and won’t affect the code done so far. In this article, Charlin Agramonte shows you one approach to abstracting your code to simplify api integration when it becomes available.
Mocking your app in Xamarin Forms by Charlin Agramonte
Sabastian Jensen shows you how you can create Markup Extension and do localisation of your Xamarin.Forms Apps... Localisation is important because people really do prefer to use applications in their native language.
Lokalisierung einer Xamarin.Forms App by Sebastian Jensen
Using Icon Fonts (like FontAwesome) is a great way of providing scalable images to your app without having to include lots of different density images. Vectors For The Win! In this post, Paul Ballard shows you how easy it is to add Font Awesome 5 to your application.
Power Up Xamarin.Forms with FontAwesome 5 by Paul Ballard
Gerald Versluis has an upcoming platform specific addition to Xamarin.Forms that will allow you to set the modal presentation to UIModalPresentationStyle.FormSheet for iOS, causing the modal to be opened as a popup on iPad.
UIModalPresentationStyle.FormSheet in Xamarin.Forms by Gerald