.NET FrontEnd Day
Check out the recordings from .NET Frontend Day - A full day online, with focus on building frontend applications using .NET!
https://www.dotnet-frontend.com/recordings by Dotnet FrontEnd
Xamarin Community Toolkit
The Xamarin Community Toolkit complements Xamarin.Forms 5 perfectly with all kinds of commonly found behaviors, converters, effects, MVVM utilities, and awesome new controls including the CameraView, AvatarView, and TabView.
Xamarin Community Toolkit: A Must-Have Xamarin Library by Gerald Versluis
Steven looks at the different UIDatePicker options in iOS14 and how you can use custom renderers to allow selecting your preferred type of UIDatePicker.
Handling the new UIDatePicker in Xamarin.Forms by Steven Thewissen
Custom Radio Buttons
The RadioButton control is a lovely addition to Xamarin.Forms. Even though it looks great, there are probably going to be times when you will want to customise it.
Beautiful Custom RadioButton with Xamarin.Forms 5 by James Montemagno
MvvmCross & Separate Tablet UI
How to make separate View’s for Tablet, Phones, Desktops and other device families with MvvmCross
Don’t use CollectionView inside a ScrollView
A timely reminder from Luis about why you shouldn't be putting your CollectionView inside a ScrollView.
Filtering and sorting with Dynamic Data in Xamarin Forms (Part 2)
How to filter and sort your data when using the SearchBar in Xamarin.Forms
Filtering and sorting with Dynamic Data in Xamarin Forms (Part 2) by Rendy Del Rosario
Replicating Talent Casting UI in Xamarin.Forms
A nice UI design implemented in Xamarin.Forms.
Replicating Talent Casting UI in Xamarin.Forms by Leomaris Reyes
NUGET OF THE WEEK
Fancy Frame is a reimplementation of PancakeView done using Skiasharp which runs on all Xamarin.Forms platforms. So if you need fancy frames on Tizen, this is for you.
PODCASTS & VIDEOS
Xamarin.Essentials App Actions
Xamarin.Essentials provides developers with cross-platform APIs for their mobile applications. On this week's Essential API of the week we take a look at App Actions, that allows you to add shortcuts to your app icons to launch your users into specific parts of your app.
App Actions (Xamarin.Essentials API of the Week) by The Xamarin Show
Merge Conflict: 238: Island Tracker - The Final Chapter
We have come to the epic conclusion of James's app Island Tracker, his Animal Crossing app for tracking turnip prices with friends. He is ready to roll out his freemium version of the app while upgrading all of his existing customers and updating the backend.
Merge Conflict: 238: Island Tracker - The Final Chapter by Merge Conflict
Introducing the Xamarin Community Toolkit
The Xamarin Community Toolkit is a collection of Animations, Behaviors, Converters, Effects and even controls for mobile development with Xamarin.Forms.
In this episode, Gerald has Javier on from the Xamarin.Forms team to give us an overview of what you can expect from the Xamarin Community Toolkit. He shows us samples from the sample app, how to implement a thing or two and even how to start contributing yourself!
Introducing the Xamarin Community Toolkit by The Xamarin Show
Live App Store Optimization Q&A
App Store Optimization Q&A Session with AppFigures ASO expert, answering a variety if questions from the audience, ranging from the simple basics to advanced topics.
TestFlight - How to Upload and Distribute Your App
This video walks through uploading your app for beta testing on Test Flight. We walk thought creating an App ID, registering with the App Store, archiving and uploading your build and distributing the app to your beta testers via email and a public link.
TestFlight - How to Upload and Distribute Your App | App Store 2021 by Sean Allen
Take Partial Screenshots of Your Xamarin.Forms App
Gerald shows how to make screenshots of just a part of your screen. He found a library that can take a VisualElement and make an image out of that.
Take Partial Screenshots of Your Xamarin.Forms App by Gerald Versluis
Null Pointers 37: Bots
The idea of being able to have a conversation with our computing devices is nothing new. Going down memory lane to early IRC days all the way back to the present using AI to try and pass the Turing Test. In this episode we discuss our experiences, opinions and give our best Bot beep impression.
Drawing Polygons in Xamarin.Forms
It's probably not often you need to draw a polygon, but when you do it's nice to know Xamarin.Forms 5 has primitive shapes at your fingertips. If you know the size of your visual need, that's great. But what do you do when you don't know the dimensions of the screen that your app is running on? This video shows you how to easily handle both cases.
That One Time You Need to A Polygon in Xamarin.Forms by David Ortinau
Input Validation in Xamarin.Forms with Xamarin.CommunityToolkit
Validating input is an important task! With the Xamarin Community Toolkit this has never been easier to implement. If you're using XAML, you don't even need to write code! You can validate anything with a regular expression, or use the built-in URL, email or required string validator.
Input Validation in Xamarin.Forms with Xamarin.CommunityToolkit by Gerald Versluis