Items reordering in a list-based control is a handy feature and it is used in various use cases. From simple scenarios like configuring settings, defining tabs order to complex scenarios like managing user content, and reordering images or email. With the recent Xamarin.Forms 5.0 release, Drag and Drop gesture recognizers were introduced and ...
Introducing a new CarouselView control in Xamarin.Forms 4.4. Along with IndicatorView for displaying the pages or items in the carousel. As well as SwipeView for providing contextual actions to any element in a CollectionView.
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!
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.
Today have released Xamarin.Forms 4.2 for general availability, which is packed full of great new features for Shell and awesome community contributions that you are going to love. Additionally, read up on the latest happenings with the development of CollectionView and it's status.
As part of the upcoming Xamarin.Forms 4.0 release, we are implementing the all new CollectionView control. The CollectionView is intended to be a successor to the ListView, improving upon its design by reducing technical complexity and allowing for more flexibility of layout and function.
Yesterday at Microsoft Connect(); 2018 we announced our plans for Xamarin.Forms 4.0 and shared a public preview. Let's now take a deeper look at the big changes, starting with Xamarin.Forms Shell, and then touch some of the other highlights.