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.
Xamarin Forms 4.0 Preview by David Ortinau
Steven Thewissen gets funky with design again.
As you may have seen from reading other content on this blog I dabble in the world of cryptocurrency. To help me on my position sizing I figured I’d create a little calculator app. Obviously, if you know me, that has to look sexy. So I decided to go on a journey into space using Xamarin.Forms!
Xamarin.Forms in Space! by Steven
A new feature was merged into the Xamarin.Forms repository. This time: TextColor for the TableSection control. With this new feature, you can specify the color of the text that is used in a table section.
TableSection TextColor for Xamarin.Forms by Gerald
Monkey See is a sample app for Xamarin.Forms that uses the cross-platform OrientationSensor included in Xamarin.Essentials. Monkey See runs on iOS, Android, and the Universal Windows Platform (UWP), but you'll need to run the program on an actual phone or tablet rather than a simulator.
Monkey See by Charles Petzold
ImageButton the new control. Once again the Xamarin team launches new features with the new version of Xamarin.Forms 3.4.0. If you missed the new in the last version 3.3.0, you can see it here. We will focus on the features incorporated in the new update of Xamarin.Forms.
ImageButton: New Features Xamarin.Forms 3.4.0 by Luis Matos