The Xamarin.Android team has worked hard to delivery amazing features that every Xamarin developer should be using. Now through the end of August, we challenge YOU to give them a try and get rewarded with some awesome Xamarin swag!
Co-hosts Matt Soucoup and James Montemagno cover a range of topics relevant to Xamarin developers plus the latest in .NET, C#, and Azure. This month’s Xamarin Podcast episode covers all the latest news around Android, Visual Studio, and more!
When debugging, your project has a single, simple goal: build fast. In day-to-day development, we want you writing code with the bulk of your time, not waiting for builds. Learn more about how to optimize build times!
The Android team has refactored the Support Library into a new set of extension libraries known as AndroidX which includes simplified package names to better reflect each package’s content and it’s supported API levels.
Guest Post: Snppts allows you to contribute your user interface designs created in Xamarin to benefit other community members and to show off your work. Contributing is as simple as creating a PR on our repository with your author and snippet information. Learn more...
One of our current focus areas in Xamarin.Android is build performance and reducing the multidex count. Developer productivity is directly impacted by the "inner dev loop": the time it takes to make a small code change and see the result on a device or emulator. Performance is a feature!
Continuously improving the experience with Automatic Android SDK Management tools that are used under the hood to build, deploy, and debug your Android applications. Enabled by default, Auto SDK will provide you with various prompts throughout the lifecycle of your app’s development. Learn more!
Browse the Xamarin.Essentials Maps documentation to learn about all of the great cross-platform native APIs with additional implementation and limitation details. Xamarin.Essentials is open source on GitHub where you can report issues, ask for features, and contribute to the library.