Peter is well known for his InTheHand.Forms library. But he has recently started having some features merged into Xamarin.Forms itself! In this post, Peter touches on his experience getting an ActivityIndicator in WPF.
WPF Activity in Xamarin Forms by Peter Foot
Authenticating users in our app is a common challenge that mobile developers need to tackle. Leveraging existing authentication systems like those of social networks or big companies like Microsoft’s MSAL saves a lot of development time. But how do we get started?
Implementing MSAL authentication in Xamarin.Forms by Steven Thewissen
If you follow me on Twitter, you may be aware I am also a Twilio Champion. I had attempted Twilio bindings for Xamarin last year on my stream but it never got finished. So when I saw this post I jumped with excitement and got straight to reading!!
Xamarin.Forms Twilio implementation by Bence Lenart
Here at WeeklyXamarinHQ, we really love MFractor and this blog post on binding properties is great! It explains what they are and how you might use them, but then also goes on to discuss how much easier it can be thanks to a wizard built into MFractor.
Using Bindable Properties In Xamarin.Forms by Les Brown
When developing a mobile app persisting data is important, why? Because a mobile app is not a web app, it shouldn’t depend on having a reliable internet connection 100% of the time. For example, when you open a mobile app to see the list of transactions if you don’t have internet you will only see an empty screen with “There is no internet connection error” message. Won’t it be a better user experience if you could see the latest data cached? Charlin talks you through some options.
Improve Xamarin Forms App UX by Data Caching by Charlin Agramonte