Mobile user flows
A collection of mobile app user workflows - this could make a great reference for you if you are looking for inspiration for your application.
Replicating Event App UI in Xamarin Forms
Another fine UI Challenge from Leomaris, this time a great looking Event App UI.
Sharpnado badge of honor
The fantastic Sharpnado library now has badges. Who doesn't love badges, right?
Sharpnado.Tabs 2.0: Xamarin.Forms tabs receive a Badge of honor by Jean-Marie Alfonsi
Options for showing and hiding views
Charlin discusses techniques for showing and hiding content at runtime that don't involve just hiding the content.
Stop doing IsVisible=“true/false” to Show/Hide Views in RunTime in Xamarin Forms by Charlin Agramonte
Generate QR Codes With C#
Quick Response (QR) codes are all around us, helping us quickly retrieve information on our mobile devices. QR codes are high-density barcodes that encode all kinds of information: numbers, alphanumeric, byte/binary, and even script languages like Kanji.
FFImageLoading with a Proxy
This is a quick tip from Alessandro for getting FFImageLoading working with a proxy.
How to configure FFImageLoading to visualize images from URL when a PROXY is configured. by Alessandro Caliaro
Getting Started with Text-To-Speech in Xamarin Forms
Let’s learn how to work with the built-in text-to-speech engines in Xamarin Forms. Every one of us has different learning styles. Some of us learn better by reading, but others will have better comprehension by listening.
Getting Started with Text-To-Speech in Xamarin Forms by Leomaris Reyes
How to Add Custom App Actions In Xamarin.Forms app
How to add custom app-actions to your Xamarin.Forms app using Xamarin.Essentials. This blog post will show you how!
How to Add Custom App Actions In Xamarin.Forms app by Almir Vuk
PODCASTS & VIDEOS
Keep the Screen On With DeviceDisplayInfo in Xamarin.Essentials
Gerald has a new video discussing DeviceDisplayInfo. The Device Display Information API in Xamarin.Essentials gives you all kinds of information about the device display. You can see the width, the height, the density, but not only that, you can also prevent the screen from going to sleep.
Also make sure you check out his other videos on his YouTube channel as well, a treasure-trove of goodness for Xamarin developers.
Keep the Screen On With DeviceDisplayInfo in Xamarin.Essentials by Gerald Versluis
Null Pointers 24: Testing your apps
In this episode, we are discussing what approaches you can take to test your hard coded work. From TDD to BDD, we discuss a few of the common Acronym Driven Development approaches and what benefits you want to expect when writing automated code. Tune in and leave us a comment on Twitter.
Merge Conflict 225: Frank Got Catalyst for Xamarin.iOS Working!
You heard it! Frank Got Catalyst for Xamarin.iOS Working!
225: Frank Got Catalyst for Xamarin.iOS Working! by Merge Conflict
If you are looking for some .NET / Xamarin conference goodness this weekend check out: .NET Dev Summit 2020