This year at Microsoft Ignite the Xamarin team was everywhere! In addition to being all around the Developer Architecture Center booths, there were sessions and workshops throughout the conference - all available on-demand!
Co-hosts Matt Soucoup and James Montemagno cover a range of topics relevant to Xamarin developers from designing mobile apps to identity management. This month’s Xamarin Podcast episode features a full .NET Conf 2019 recap!
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!
Introducing the DevOps for Mobile video series now streaming on YouTube and Channel 9. We tackle a wide range of topics including continuous integration, user interface testing, provisioning, distribution, and a lot more. We guide you through each topic with easy to follow demos, but more importantly we have conversations around each area.
The Xamarin documentation portal is home to everything you need to know about building apps with Xamarin and Xamarin.Forms. There you will find great quickstarts, tutorials, and deep-dive content. The docs are always updating and can easily be contributed to, so here are a few things on how to keep up with docs.
Learn how to build cross-platform mobile applications with the new Xamarin.Forms content on Microsoft Learn; A new and completely free platform where you can earn points and badges, level up, and advance your development skills.
The Xamarin University team has joined Microsoft Learn to incorporate many of the great features Xamarin University has, to announce building Xamarin apps in Microsoft Learn: a free and interactive learning portal.
We are excited to re-launch our Xamarin Developers YouTube channel where you will find fresh content on building amazing mobile apps directly from the Xamarin team at Microsoft. We have teamed up with our community and built a video to show off this channel.
Give a warm welcome to WorkManager. WorkManager is a library that makes it easy to schedule deferrable, asynchronous tasks even if the app exits or the device restarts. It was designed to be backwards compatible to API 14 and does so by wrapping JobScheduler, AlarmManager, and BroadcastReceivers all in one.