The Visual Studio 2019 version 16.4 release brings major productivity enhancements including the GA release of XAML Hot Reload for Xamarin.Forms, smaller Android APKs, tooling to migrate your applications to Android X, and numerous performance and reliability improvements.
Announcing the stable release of Xamarin.Forms 4.3.0! Marking the removal of the experimental flag from CollectionView as it moves into stable status. Along with this, comes a number of enhancements and contributions from the community including SourceLink support, the ability to display HTML on Labels, and more!
Announcing a new series on Xamarin YouTube Channel called “Partly Cloudy“ with Matt Soucoup: Exploring topics around Azure, DevOps, and Xamarin to learn how to build an app from scratch - all the way through deployment to the App Stores!
Code for cotton or from your love for Xamarin in this year's Hacktoberfest! Here are the guidelines to get you started. Be sure to tag your pull requests with the "Hacktoberfest" label to be considered for a reward.
After the first prerelease of Xamarin.Forms 4.3 we asked you to participate in the CarouselView Challenge as a follow-up to the CollectionView Challenge. Now we look back on this challenge and report everything that we learned.
A new developer coding challenge has emerged. Do you have what it takes to build and run a simple Xamarin app that uses Azure Functions to run tasks in the cloud? Choose to enter and you'll find yourself in a draw for some really cool prizes. Read the blog for details - your challenge awaits.
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.