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!
Network with your local user group to learn about exciting new releases, tooling, or updates at Xamarin and .NET related technology events this February!
In this guest blog Slava and team show you how to use FastGrid for complex Xamrin.Forms user interfaces to create a great native experience and how they use it as a customizable white box component.
This episode includes a discussion of Matt's latest community office hours (and you can sign up for office hours at https://aka.ms/office-hours), Hockey App moving to Visual Studio App Center, Xamarin University's retirement, Xamarin.Essentials becoming a video star, and the brand new .NET Community Stand-Ups.
As the .NET community expands so should the community standups, which is why we are pleased to introduce the expansion of their community standups that we officially call the “.NET Community Standup” series. These community standups span multiple teams and products in the world of .NET and show off the amazing work the community is doing.
I ❤️ every single developer.
And I want to hear your stories. I want to hear about your successes, your "not-so-much" successes, and any questions or concerns you may have about our tooling. This way I can bring all of those back to the product teams to advocate for you. I'll get the answers, inform the product teams of what's working and what's not, and together we'll influence the products and make developing even more fun - for everybody.
Have you been clamoring to get started with mobile development using C# and Xamarin? What if you could attend a full day workshop from the comfort of your house or in a conference room with some co-workers? Well we have you covered with our first ever full day live stream interactive workshop on Twitch!
Gorilla Player is a free XAML previewer for Xamarin.Forms designed to efficiently create multi-platform UIs. It supports previewing in multiple simulators and real devices simultaneously. Gorilla doesn’t impose constraints to your XAML, supporting custom controls, custom renderers and MVVM frameworks like Prism.