Today at .NET Conf 2019, we shared some exciting announcements for Xamarin and Visual Studio developers, enabling you to be more productive and use the full power, performance, and capabilities of iOS/Android in your applications.
Today at .NET Conf 2019, we announced Xamarin Hot Restart which enables you to test changes made to your app, including multi-file code edits, resources, and references, using a much faster build and deploy cycle.
.NET Conf: a FREE, 3-day virtual developer event co-organized by the .NET community and Microsoft, is live-streaming to a device near you on September 23-25 with local events around the world through October! .NET Core 3.0 will also launch at .NET Conf 2019 - You won't want to miss this.
Support for iOS 13 and Xcode 11 to accompany Apple’s Xcode Gold Master (GM) release has just been announced! Now, build your Xamarin.iOS (and Xamarin.Forms for iOS) apps with Xcode 11 GM and submit your iOS 13, tvOS 13 and watchOS 6 apps to the Apple App Store.
Today we’re announcing the first prerelease of Xamarin.Forms 4.3 which includes CarouselView’s implementation, based on CollectionView, and can provide unique functionality within your apps. Plus - a new Xamarin challenge!
Today have released Xamarin.Forms 4.2 for general availability, which is packed full of great new features for Shell and awesome community contributions that you are going to love. Additionally, read up on the latest happenings with the development of CollectionView and it's status.
Along with Visual Studio and Visual Studio for Mac previews, this release also has a public preview of XAML Hot Reload for Xamarin.Forms to speed up your inner development loop when working with Xamarin.Forms XAML by instantly reflecting changes you make in your running app, without requiring you to stop and rebuild.
It has been an exciting couple of months, and Matt recaps all of the excitement during his office hours! If you’re interested in talking about anything Xamarin, mobile development, or Azure, please sign-up for Matt's office hours.
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.