It's an exciting week for iOS developers with the release of the iOS 9.0 GM to all iPhone and iPad users. We're happy to announce the official release of Xamarin.iOS 9.0, enabling C# developers with same day support to take advantage of the full power of iOS 9.0, which includes the recently announced 3D Touch API. Getting started is eas
Yesterday was a big day for Apple announcements. Beyond new iPhones and bigger iPads, the big news for many developers was the new Apple TV that will be joining the lineup of devices with an SDK and an App Store, and the new 3D Touch APIs for the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus introduced in the iOS 9 SDK GM release. Apple TV and tvOS The new App
At WWDC 2015, Apple announced that watchOS 2 would be released to Apple Watch owners this fall. While the initial release of WatchKit in iOS 8 only supported Watch apps as an extension of apps running on the phone, apps built for watchOS 2 can run natively on the device. WatchKit 1.0 was essentially an iOS feature, and we were able to
Today, Microsoft is unveiling the final release of Visual Studio 2015 in a global webcast, and we are joining the celebration! Now Released to Market (RTM) for full use in production, Visual Studio 2015 includes many new features and improvements that make it easier to build apps quickly, including diagnostics, new C# 6 language features,
We’re excited to announce that we have just published our first iOS 9 API preview release in Xamarin.iOS. This preview includes support for an array of exciting new features that you can start developing with today, including CoreSpotlight, Model I/O, and ReplayKit as well as improvements to Contacts APIs.
Installing the iOS 9 Preview
Today, we're excited to announce the preview release of Xamarin.Android featuring support for Android M's developer preview. Android M is an exciting release, that introduces several new features for Android developers including new app Permissions, Fingerprint Authorization, enhanced Notifications, Voice Interactions, and Direct Sharing.
Waiting for an emulator to boot or deploy is one of the most frustrating things about Android development. We built the Xamarin Android Player to provide a high-performance, hassle-free Android simulator, and to make Android development smooth and pleasant.
Introducing Lollipop Support
Starting today, when you launch the Xamarin Android P
We're very excited to announce official support for Apple's just-released Watch Kit. To start building Watch apps with Xamarin immediately: Xamarin provides complete Apple Watch support in both Xamarin Studio and Visual Studio. You can use your favorite IDE to: Visit our Watch Kit documentation and samples
Today, we are are happy to announce the release of our WatchKit Preview for Xamarin Studio, enabling you to build, run, and test your Apple Watch apps directly from Xamarin Studio. WatchKit Templates
We've added new templates for Watch apps and Watch extensions inside Xamarin Studio. Start with a new or existing iOS app, add a Watch App
We are pleased to announce that Xamarin.iOS 8.6, featuring the Unified API, has been released and is available in the stable channel. The entire team has been working hard on this release for over a year to bring you the Unified API with 64-bit support. Please note that Apple announced two important deadlines for when your app must includ