Join Us to Learn How to Build Android 8.0 Oreo and iOS 11 apps with Visual Studio
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Visual Studio and Xamarin enable .NET developers everywhere to use their favorite language and full-featured IDE to create native Android, iOS, and UWP apps, even incorporating the latest and greatest from Android 8.0 Oreo and iOS 11.
To help you get the most out of the new Google and Apple APIs, we’re hosting two webinars: one for all things Android 8.0 Oreo and one dedicated to iOS 11. In these webinars you’ll explore what you need to know about each update, see step-by-step demos and get the expert tips you need to start adding exciting features to new or existing apps. Come with questions, as our team of mobile experts will be ready and waiting to answer!
Join Tom Opgenorth on December 13th at 9am PT, where he’ll walk through new features, like downloadable fonts, emojis, and background execution limits, key considerations for new and existing apps, and how Visual Studio Tools for Xamarin allows .NET developers to take advantage of Android 8.0 Oreo, no platform-native tools or code required.
Thursday, December 14th:
Join me, Craig Dunn, on December 14th at 9am PT where I’ll discuss all the exciting new features of iOS 11, including drag and drop, SiriKit, CoreML, map improvements, and more. We’ll also look at the iPhone X form factor, learn how to fully support new and old devices, and use your .NET skills to build even better iOS apps.
Get ready to make your apps shine with the latest Android and iOS features, from user-facing capabilities to backend improvements:
- Register for “Get the Most out of Android 8 Oreo with Visual Studio Tools for Xamarin”: Wednesday, December 13th at 9am
- Register for “Get the Most out of iOS 11 with Visual Studio Tools for Xamarin”: Thursday, December 14th at 9am
We’ll send the recording to all registrants, so register even if you’re unable to attend live. If you want to get started for free, download Visual Studio 2017 or Visual Studio for Mac today.
See you soon!
|Craig Dunn, Principal Program Manager
Craig works on the Mobile Developer Tools documentation team, where he enjoys writing cross-platform code for iOS, Android, Mac, and Windows platforms with Visual Studio and Xamarin.