Announcing Xamarin.Forms 4.0.0 with Shell, a simplified container for efficiently managing your application’s structure and navigation. Walk through the highlights and go deeper with Shell on how to get started, the available navigation UI, and the powerful features you can leverage with the new URI based navigation service.
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’ve just published a new pre-release of Xamarin.Forms 4.0 which includes the very latest features and improvements for both CollectionView and Shell. Update today via your NuGet package manager. Try out this new CollectionView Challenge that focuses on the upcoming CollectionView in Xamarin.Forms 4.0!
Over the past month, we have been running a low-key challenge to flex the new Xamarin.Forms 3.6 feature, Visual with Material Design. For more information about what Visual is and what you can do with it, hit the blog announcement. Now through the end of March, we're upping the stakes.
View PDF files within your Xamarin.Forms apps using the Syncfusion PDF Viewer control. Find the runnable demo of this blog in this GitHub repository.
Debugging your ASP.NET Core Web API backend against you Android emulator should be simple, and with this quick tip you can use Xamarin.Essentials and Kestral to enable local debugging.
Take a closer look at 5 important updates we at Microsoft in collaboration with you, our fantastic contributors, are delivering in Xamarin.Forms 3.5!
Have you ever needed to integrate a C/C++ library in your Xamarin apps? Checkout this full Walkthrough pf an approach to wrapping a C/C++ library so it can be incorporated into Xamarin-based solutions via NuGet in a cross-platform manner.
In this guest post Andrei shows off his BindableLayout contribution that is now available in Xamarin.Forms 3.5 to turn any Layout into a layout with a bindable item template.
Let me introduce you to F# Functional App Development using Xamarin.Forms with the Fabulous project, which brings the Elmish Model-View-Update (MVU) architecture to Xamarin. It is a great way for F# developers to rapidly build mobile applications as you will see in this blog post.