Xamarin.Essentials, your favorite cross-platform library to access native features from shared code adds new file bases APIs for sharing, email, and opening. It also adds watchOS, tvOS, and Tizen platform support in the 1.3 pre-update!
Today at Xamarin Developer Summit, we announced XAML Hot Reload for Xamarin.Forms, which enables you to make changes to your XAML UI and see them reflected live, without requiring another build and deploy. Learn More!
Today, we are excited to share our first preview containing support for iOS 13 and Xcode 11! With today's preview, you can begin building applications using Xcode 13 and begin integrating existing new APIs for iOS 13 such as Sign in with Apple, along with support for iPadOS 13, watchOS 6, tvOS 13, and macOS 10.15.
Guest Post: Develop applications with a design specific to one resolution that looks good on all the platforms and manage device resolutions by doing general validations such as making sure controls aren’t cut off that are reachable, visible, usable, etc. 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!
Co-hosts Matt Soucoup and James Montemagno cover the latest in .NET, C#, Xamarin, and Azure topics relevant to Xamarin developers. This week's topic: Xamarin.Forms 4.0 with even more amazing features!
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.
Starting on August 1st, 2019 all Android apps that ship native libraries will need to provide a 64-bit version of their app. Xamarin.Android already includes support for 64-bit CPUs and can be enabled with a simple check of a checkbox! See how easy it is to optimize your apps for multiple CPU architectures.
Keep up with the latest in .NET, C#, Xamarin, and Azure with cohosts Matt Soucoup and James Montemagno to cover a range of topics relevant to Xamarin developers from designing mobile apps to identity management. Including a Microsoft Build 2019 recap!
Today, we are happy to announce the release of all Xamarin API documentation as Open Source. Additionally, we have moved the hosting of Xamarin.Forms, Xamarin.Android, Xamarin.iOS & Xamarin.Mac, and SkiaSharp from their old Xamarin home to docs.microsoft.com.