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Often, there will be multiple views in your form that share the same values (e.g., font size, color, etc.). There are a couple ways you can handle this: Create a resource dictionary and then refer to the resources using the … Continue reading
Miguel de Icaza is one of the most respected technologists in the industry, known for starting the Gnome and Mono projects. He is the CTO and co-founder of Xamarin and a genuinely nice person. Today we talk about Xamarin, Xamarin.Forms and mobile programming. … Continue reading
Xamarin now offers a crash and analytics program that integrates beautifully into their applications, including Xamarin Forms. It is very easy to get started, and in this article we’ll look at a very simple example… …There are a few boiler … Continue reading
In a recent post, I described how to import code from ASP.NET MVC into a Xamarin Hybrid application. In this post, I will show how you can reach into native code from that application. Remember that our application has Views … Continue reading
Incredibly pleased to announce the release of my latest Pluralsight course: Kendo UI and AngularJS From Scratch This course is targeted at Kendo UI programmers who wish to integrate Kendo UI into AngularJS programs (e.g., rather than jQuery). In only … Continue reading
Scott Hunter of Microsoft joins Jon Galloway and me to discuss ASP.NET V-Next. If you are a web programmer do not miss this show. Scott’s Blog ASP.NET V-Next Page Jon Galloway’s Blog Listen | Yet Another Podcast
When we decided to rewrite Falafel2Go, we quickly decided to do so with Xamarin Forms. One of the many advantages of Xamarin Forms is how quickly you can write the software. Among the other advantages are that it supports XAML … Continue reading
The good folks at Falafel have put together all my posts (to date) on Xamarin and Xamarin Forms into an e-book, which is available free at http://jliberty.me/masteringXamarinBook Enjoy, and thanks!
iOS is now available and it is huge. Huge. Bigger than that. There are 15 new frameworks and over 4,000 new or modified APIs. The primary goals of this release are extensibility and adaptive (reactive) design, and they have gone very … Continue reading
Jon Galloway, co-host, friend and Microsoft Evangelist joins me to discuss ASP.NET MVC 5. Jon’s Blog Professional ASP.NET MVC 5 ASP.NET site Listen | Yet Another Podcast
Recently, Steve Smith, CTO of Falafel suggested we form a small team to re-write our Falafel2Go application which had been written a year earlier in Xamarin. The goal was to learn, to demonstrate and to blog about Xamarin Forms. This … Continue reading
Talking with J. Tower, Josh Eastburn and Venkata Koppaka of Falafel Software about their upcoming presentations at FalafelCon. We also discuss working remotely, software, AngularJS, Xamarin and much more. Falafel Software FalafelCon Falafel Blogs HipChat GoToMeeting 48 States Project Special … Continue reading