Cody Beyer is a Program Manager on the Visual Studio for Mac team at Microsoft. His primary areas of focus cover overall performance and reliability of the IDE. He is also interested in computer ethics and privacy and aims to create software that empowers and respects everyone.
As a cloud first, mobile first IDE, Visual Studio for Mac is designed to work side by side with Azure. In this post, you'll create an ASP.NET Core project, edit the site to be unique, and then deploy the project to Azure. To complete this task, make sure your setup meets the following requirements: Getting Starting with ASP.NE
To make the process of managing Android SDKs as smooth as possible, we’ve revamped the Android SDK Manager in Visual Studio for Mac to create a seamless, integrated experience. Not only does this new SDK Manager offer a one-stop shop for all things Android SDK, we're also introducing support for automatic SDK dependency resolution. So,
It seems like it was just weeks ago that Visual Studio 2017 was released, and we're already working on the next Xamarin update. We've just pushed an Alpha preview of our next release, and I wanted to share some of the features that I'm most excited about with you. If you'd like to help in testing these updates, please switch your IDE to t
An emerging trend in technology is the idea of conversational computing. Instead of issuing a series of commands via taps and clicks, commands will be extracted from natural conversations. We use conversation as an organic way to interact with analog world, and Xamarin makes it easy to add a native conversational interface to the digit
We launched The Xamarin Show on Channel 9 this past September to provide content for both novice and advanced Xamarin users. Today, we're excited to showcase the latest that The Xamarin Show has to offer in the form of Snack Packs! A Snack Pack is a bite-sized episode that's covers a specific topic in just a few minutes. We couldn't be more ex