Keeping up with the latest in .NET, C#, Xamarin, and Azure is easier than ever. Co-hosts Matt Soucoup and James Montemagno cover a range of topics relevant to Xamarin developers from designing mobile apps to identity management. In this month’s episode James and Matt pull out all the stops and really Focus on Xamarin.
Developers today can already take advantage of Startup Tracing to improve the startup time of their Android apps. Today, I will show you a new feature that let's you build a custom profile to be used for your app with Startup Tracing that finely tunes and optimizes your apps startup.
Visual Studio 2019 version 16.5 is available today and packed full of awesome new features for Xamarin developers including Hot Restart, Apply Changes, Multi-target XAML Hot Reload, faster Android startup, and tons more!
Dotfuscator from PreEmptive helps .NET developers all over the globe protect their apps from reverse-engineering and hacking. Dotfuscator has been available for Xamarin developers using Visual Studio 2019 on Windows, but now with the release of Professional 6 is available on Visual Studio for Mac and cloud builds!
The ability to reuse components built with Kotlin has become increasingly important to Xamarin developers as their popularity amongst developers continues to grow. This post describes a high-level process of binding a Kotlin framework. Additional information with a detailed walkthrough is now available at Microsoft documentation.
This March, discover the world of Xamarin and .NET development through in-person and virtual opportunities all month long. Explore recent news and updates with your community at local developer Meetups, or online from the comfort of your home!
The ability to reuse components built with Swift has become increasingly important to Xamarin developers as their popularity amongst developers continues to grow. This post describes a high-level process of binding a Swift framework. Additional information available through Microsoft documentation.