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Category Archives: Android
James Montemagno is a Principal Program Manager on the Xamarin team at Microsoft. He has been a .NET developer since 2005 working in a wide range of industries including game development, printer software, and web services. Prior to becoming a … Continue reading
James Montemagno is a Xamarin Evangelist, technology geek, and lover of all things mobile. This is a great wrap up of what’s new in Xamarin. James’ Blog James’ Twitter MyDriving Azure IoT App Xamarin Evolve Apps
We have James Montemagno and Jeremie Laval of Xamarin in a very intense discussion of Xamarin and iOS and Android. Jeremie’s Web Site Jeremie’s Blog @jeremie_laval James’ Blog James’ GitHub James’ Twitter Xamarin Evolve 2014 Listen | Yet Another Podcast … Continue reading
Lance Bullock is the VP of Mobile Solutions for Falafel Software. Lance has over 20 years’ experience leading teams, architecting, and developing enterprise-level solutions for some of the world’s largest corporations. Prior to joining the Falafel team, Lance served as … Continue reading
[Please see the Table of Contents for this series.] In this entry, I look at creating menus in an Android application. This article is available on Falafel.com here.
Today, I decided to see what would happen if I set out to write a simple program based on my knowledge of C#/.NET and the little I’ve learned so far about Xamarin and Android. The results were, if modest, very … Continue reading
As you may know, I have embarked on a course of learning Xamarin for Android. Here is the Table of Contents for the blog posts to date. In today’s post, I look at adding a Spinner control to Android.
In today’s entry in the Xamarin for Android series, I cover logging.
In my second installment of Learning Xamarin I discuss the wonderfully fast Genymotion emulator.
I’ve embarked on an adventure in learning Xamarin Android. You can read about my first tentative steps here.