Sometimes strange things happen in your app, it could be that a problem deep in Xamarin.Forms is the cause. Here’s a very condensed, simple way to have your App point to the Xamarin.Forms code so that errors can be caught and causes more easily determined.
Debugging Xamarin.Forms from GitHub by Ian Vink
There are scenarios when using a text editor that we want to show some options on the top of the keyboard. For example, a compose email page might have options like Attach an Image/file, add a location, etc. In this article will show you how to do that in Xamarin Forms.
Showing options on top of the keyboard in Xamarin Forms by Rendy
Lurking within Xamarin.Forms is an extremely powerful, yet hidden property. I often times find myself digging through Xamarin.Forms source code looking for how they implemented features or to see why something is behaving in a certain way.
Xamarin.Forms Renderer Property by
I am probably not the only one that has created my own RepeaterView, where I extend a StackLayout or a FlexLayout so I was able to bind a collection to them and generate content based on a template. In Xamarin.Forms 3.5 Xamarin/Microsoft introduced a new feature that they call BindableLayout.
Bindable layouts in Xamarin.Forms 3.5 by dhindrik