Run your Xamarin.Forms apps on the Web via Uno Platform
Xamarin.Forms has support for UWP and Windows, and since the Uno Platform provides the full UWP API set, it is easy to build renderers on top of Uno to enable WebAssembly. This enables Xamarin.Forms apps to run on the Web with execution of a simple command line. Here’s how to do it in Visual Studio.
All Things Xamarin at Microsoft Ignite 2019
James gives a summary of all the Xamarin things that happened at Microsoft Ignite this year. It's great to see so much excitement and interest in Xamarin.
All Things Xamarin at Microsoft Ignite 2019 by James Montemagno
Use C# 8 In Any .NET Project Today
C# 8 was officially released in September at .NET Conf along side .NET Core 3 & Visual Studio 16.3 (8.3 on Mac). It is packed with tons of amazing new features that truly everyone should be using. However, there is a lot of confusing as to if you can actually use C# 8 if you aren't using .
Build, sign and deploy your Xamarin.iOS application using Azure DevOps and App Center
Damien Aicheh is back writing articles about all things DevOps. In this tutorial, he shows you how to build and sign a Xamarin.iOS application and distribute it through App Center.
How to build, sign and deploy your Xamarin.iOS application using Azure DevOps and App Center by Damien Aicheh
Using Diffable Data Sources in Xamarin.iOS
Ryan Davis explorers an iOS13 feature for UITableView and UICollectionView data sources called the 'diffable data source'. The aim of diffable data sources is to greatly simplify the interactions between a dataset and UITableView/UICollectionView when changes occur, by allowing UIKit itself to manage the diffing, reload and animation of sections and cells.
Getting device media and show it using Xamarin Forms
Rendy extends on a previous article to show how to implement a custom media gallery in Xamarin.Forms.
Getting device media and show it using Xamarin Forms by Rendy
Xamarin Forms Shimmer’s using Xamarin.Forms.Skeleton
Skeleton text is a popular strategy that help to load a content properly by rendering a blank placeholder that roughly matches the size of the expected content. This was made popular by Facebook, but is now used on many popular apps and websites.
Xamarin Forms Shimmer’s using Xamarin.Forms.Skeleton by samirgc
Debugging hiccups in Xamarin and how to overcome them
Luis Pujols shares a few tips and tools to deal with some common issues he's faced in the past.
Debugging hiccups in Xamarin and how to overcome them by Pujolsluis
Infinite Scroll With the Xamarin Forms Collection View
In the bad old days of the ListView if you needed a ListView to do Infinite Scrolling you had to bake it yourself. Little did I know that the CollectionView comes with Infininte Scrolling in the packet. In this article, Damien Doumer shows you how to use this new feature of the CollectionView.
Infinite Scroll With the Xamarin Forms Collection View by Doumer
PODCASTS & VIDEOS
Xamarin Podcast #67
In this month's episode James and Matt talk a bit about everything. From previewing this year's HUGE Ignite Conference, to talking about the incredible bumper on Matt's new Channel 9 show - Partly Cloudy - the guys hit it all this month.
Partly Cloudy Episode 5 Recap: If The Shell Fits
Matthew Soucoup continues his Partly Cloudy series where he is building a cloud-connected app with Xamarin. This time he adds some user interface polish by harnessing the power of Xamarin.Forms Shell.
Partly Cloudy Episode 5 Recap: If The Shell Fits by Matthew Soucoup
Merge Conflict 175: <Nullable>enable</Nullable>
The time is now! Turn on C# 8 in all of your projects and enable Nullable Reference Types! James is a convert and he explains why in this week's pod.