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The code for the 1/2 day workshop at CodeMash is available here. Thanks.
Not sure where I got this, but still like it: /* * find the important things in Life, the Universe, and Everything */ typedef short some; /* some things are short */ typedef some very; /* some things are very … Continue reading
In my previous post we started with a blank Xamarin.Forms app and added manual data-binding. That is, when a button was pressed, we assigned the value in an entry control to the text property of a label. Yuck. Today we’ll … Continue reading
In my previous (and first) posting on Learning Xamarin, I demonstrated how to create a pretty cool program out of the box. Let’s back up now, and start with a blank app, and see what we can build from there. … Continue reading
It has been a few months since I’ve posted, and I hope you missed me as much as I missed you. To re-launch this blog, I’ve decided to provide a series on Xamarin.Forms programming. If you prefer to learn by … Continue reading
Here is a link to the slide deck for my presentation at NYC Code Camp. Thanks!
Here’s a problem I come across more often than I would have expected. I want my buttons to use Commands in the View Model, but in response to the command, I have to interact with the user in a way … Continue reading
OzCode is an extraordinary debugging tool for Visual Studio (Windows). I’m joined by Omer Raviv, Creator and CTO of OzCode and Alon Fliess, Co-founder of CodeValue and Chief Architect at OzCode. Alon is a Microsoft Regional Director and an Azure MVP. OzCode Website OzCode on VS … Continue reading
I often have to dim a button to indicate that it is disabled, and I want to do that via data binding.
At the core of effective application development is a thorough knowledge of Visual Studio Mac. In this course, Visual Studio for Mac, you will learn how to work with VS Mac to produce enterprise-quality software. First, you will explore the … Continue reading
John Papa and I have just released our new Play by Play on Learning To Program. If you know of someone who has wanted to learn to code but didn’t know where to start, this might be a great option.