Xamarin is a Microsoft-owned San Francisco, California-based software company founded in May 2011 by the engineers that created Mono, Mono for Android and MonoTouch, which are cross-platform implementations of the Common Language Infrastructure (CLI) and Common Language Specifications (often called Microsoft .NET).

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  • René Ruppert shows you how to easily integrate the power of three different Azure Cognitive Services into a Xamarin application. Given that nobody can decipher René's handwriting, he's going to use the power of Azure to turn it into clear text and use that as input for further processing. During this session, you will: • Explore the various Azure Cognitive Services • Integrate these services ...

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  • René Ruppert shows you how to easily integrate the power of three different Azure Cognitive Services into a Xamarin application. Given that nobody can decipher René's handwriting, he's going to use the power of Azure to turn it into clear text and use that as input for further processing. Watch the recording at https://youtu.be/ipeXRXetmFE

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  • The next release of Xcode, version 9.3, is currently in beta. Development of Xamarin.iOS to support the new Xcode 9.3 version is in-progress and available now as a web preview. Participating in previews is an excellent way try new features and ensure your applications are ready for the future! High Sierra Required The new Xcode 9.3 […] The post Xamarin.iOS and Xcode 9.3 Web Preview appeared first ...

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  • As described in the Go Large with iOS 11 post, view controllers in iOS 11 can use large titles to improve the clarity of an app’s user interface. To complement a view controller’s large title, it’s also possible to add a search bar, which allows users to quickly find content without navigating to a new […] The post Add a Search Bar to Your Xamarin Apps in iOS 11 appeared first on Xamarin Blog.

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  • In this episode of the Xamarin Podcast, James Montemagno and I talk about a new tool that turns drawings into Android or UWP layouts, merged dictionaries coming to Xamarin.Forms, ways to make your Android emulator experience more awesome, and configuring CI for mobile apps with VSTS. Be sure to download today’s episode from your favorite […] The post Podcast: Rapid UI Prototyping with Ink to Code,...

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  • With Xamarin, you can extend your cross-platform apps with support for native speakers, reaching markets that might otherwise be overlooked. However, managing multiple languages and keeping everything current can be challenging, especially if you’re not fluent in those languages. This is where the Multilingual App Toolkit (MAT) can help by automating the management of your language support, […] Th...

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  • Today’s apps must be “intelligent” to win app users’ loyalty, whether for a consumer app or a business app. With Xamarin.Forms and Microsoft Cognitive Services, you can easily create your first AI-infused mobile app that not only shares code across platforms, but also taps into 20+ intelligent services APIs, from analyzing the sentiment of text […] The post Upcoming Webinar | Xamarin University Pr...

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  • Imagine that you’ve just been struck by inspiration for your next great app. You might start by jotting some notes and sketching out screens. If you’re thinking about reaching for a sketchbook, a whiteboard, or even the back of a napkin, think about reaching for your computer and installing Ink to Code instead. Ink to […] The post Draw your Next App Idea with Ink to Code appeared first on Xamarin ...

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  • One thing most developers consistently do during app development is deploy to a testing device. One main drawback during this process is the struggle to find a cable, connect it to a computer, plug it into a device, and then finally deploy the app. Furthermore, devices, especially personal devices, are often locked with a passcode. […] The post Lose the Cables: Make Deploying to an iOS or tvOS Dev...

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  • The needs of an Android developer using the Android emulator continuously expand. The latest emulator development from Google provides a system image for the Google Play Store, which includes a fully working Google Play Store application that you can use to manage applications through your Google account. There’s one small catch, however, this system image […] The post Just Push Play: Using Google...

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  • If you haven’t started working on your new year’s resolutions yet, we have the perfect solution: get out there and start building on your mobile app development education by networking with local user groups to learn about new and exciting releases, tooling, or updates with Xamarin and related technologies! February is jam-packed with developer events […] The post Xamarin Developer Events in Febru...

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  • In this pre-recorded webinar, Mark Smith, Director of Xamarin University, shows you how to automate your app development pipeline with Visual Studio App Center, walking through how to connect your app to App Center to immediately improve your development process and apps. Jam-packed with step-by-step demos, this session has something for everyone, from app development […] The post Webinar Recordin...

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  • Android Emulator version 27.0.2 now includes a feature called Quick Boot, which launches the emulator in just a few seconds. For Quick Boot to work, your AVD must perform a cold boot on its first time booting up. All subsequent starts will use the Quick Boot feature, which restores the system to the state it […] The post Android Emulator Quick Boot appeared first on Xamarin Blog.

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  • Mark Smith shows you how to automate your app development pipeline with Visual Studio App Center. You’ll walk through how to connect your app to App Center and start improving your development process and your apps immediately. Jam-packed with step-by-step demos, this session has something for everyone, from app development beginners to seasoned pros who’ve built dozens of apps. In this webinar...

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  • With the release of SDK Tools 26, Google replaced the standalone UI for the SDK and Device Manager with a command line interface. In an effort to make Android component management accessible and easy to use, we have built our own versions of these important tools for Xamarin developers, starting with the SDK Manager last […] The post First Look: Xamarin Android Device Manager Preview appeared firs...

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  • Resource Dictionary is a foundational building block to all Xamarin.Forms mobile development. It’s the primary vehicle for declaring XAML resources you’ll use throughout your mobile application, including everything from styles to value converters, content templates, and data templates. In the most recent stable release of Xamarin.Forms, we gained the ability to merge multiple resource dictionarie...

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  • With constant operating system releases, ever-shifting user expectations, and new form factors launching every year, making sure your apps are high-quality, take advantage of the latest technology, and deliver features that win users’ loyalty can feel like multiple full-time jobs. The solution: mobile DevOps and automation, so you’re freed to focus on building new features […] The post The What, W...

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  • In previous posts, we’ve discussed how to set up continuous integration for your Xamarin.iOS applications inside Visual Studio Team Services(VSTS) using the new Hosted macOS Agent. Building the application is only part of the full solution, though, as we want to fully test the logic of our application. We can test our app’s user interface […] The post Running Xamarin.iOS Unit Tests in Visual Studi...

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  • If you’re looking to get started with iOS development, there’s no better place to look than our amazing Xamarin.iOS documentation guides. They cover each and every topic that you can imagine when it comes to iOS development in C# with Xamarin. If you enjoy watching development videos on your favorite development topics, then look no […] The post The Xamarin Show: Getting Started with iOS Developme...

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  • At our annual Microsoft Connect event in November, we announced the General Availability of Visual Studio App Center, combining our best developer services, incuding Xamarin Test Cloud and HockeyApp, into one free, easy-to-use cloud service to help you ship better apps, faster. From building in the cloud to automatically testing on thousands of real devices, […] The post The C# Developer’s Guide t...

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  • In this episode of the Xamarin Podcast, James Montemagno and I cover Android 8.1, the new Xamarin Device Manager Preview, what’s new for mobile developers in Visual Studio versions 15.5/15.6, and share our favorite Xamarin moments from 2017. Be sure to download today’s episode from your favorite podcast app. Subscribe or Download Today Keeping up […] The post Podcast: Android 8.1, Xamarin Device M...

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  • Android Oreo 8.1 introduces new features, including Android Go, Neural Networks API, Autofill framework enhancements, SharedMemory API, and many more. We’re excited to announce Xamarin.Android support for Android Oreo 8.1 in our latest release of Xamarin.Android for both Visual Studio and Visual Studio for Mac. Installing Xamarin.Android for Android Oreo 8.1 You can get Android […] The post Xamari...

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  • Join Mark Smith, Director of Xamarin University, on Thursday, January 25 at 9 am PT / 12 pm ET / 5 pm GMT to learn how to automate your app development pipeline with Visual Studio App Center. You’ll walk through how to connect your app to App Center and start improving your development process—and your […] The post Upcoming Webinar | Xamarin University Presents: Ship Better Apps with Visual Studio...

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  • Last month, we released Visual Studio 2017 version 15.5, which came with awesome new features, including the iOS Remoted Simulator becoming available to all developers, live XAML previewing in Android emulators with the Xamarin Live Player, new Xamarin.Forms project templates for .NET Standard, and improvements to the Mac pairing mechanism. Today, we’re excited to build […] The post Visual Studio ...

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  • This is a guest post from Adam Fisher. Adam is the founder of Octane Software, focused on the creation of consumer Internet products. You can find Adam on Twitter at @adamgfisher and on Github at @adamfisher. Today we’ll take a look at Adam’s Xamarin.Forms Video Player component. Delivering an interactive and engaging experience is critical […] The post Delivering Rich Media Experiences with the X...

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  • The .NET community is millions of developers strong, with people around the world turning ideas into apps across web, mobile, desktop, and the newest connected device platforms. Colonial Life’s developers know that whatever you’re building, user experience matters, and they’ve used their C# expertise to equip their field sales agents with intuitive, native mobile apps. […] The post Colonial Life D...

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  • Although Xamarin technologies are most commonly used to develop mobile applications, Xamarin.Mac makes it easy to use your preferred .NET language to develop desktop Mac apps. There are many C# examples in Xamarin’s mac-samples directory on Github, but it’s also easy to use F# to develop desktop Mac apps as well. Currently, there is no […] The post CoreML Programming with Xamarin.Mac and F# appear...

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