We are so excited to re-launch our Xamarin Developers YouTube channel where you will find fresh content on building amazing mobile apps directly from the Xamarin team here at Microsoft. To kick things off we have teamed up with our spectacular community. Together, we prepared a video to show off what this channel is all about.
Each week on The Xamarin Show we explore the latest and greatest in Xamarin development by looking at new features built into Visual Studio, build native cross-platform user interfaces with Xamarin.Forms, and access to native APIs with Xamarin.Essentials. I am also joined by Xamarin experts that show off the awesome beautiful libraries and applications they are building with Xamarin. No matter what type of development you are into there is surely something for you over on The Xamarin Show. This week, I wanted to feature a few "Snack Pack" episodes that show off an awesome feature in under 10 minutes!
If you're looking to get started with iOS development, there's no better place to look than our amazing Xamarin.iOS documentation guides. They cover each and every topic that you can imagine when it comes to iOS development in C# with Xamarin. If you enjoy watching development videos on your favorite development topics, then look no further than The Xamarin Show, my weekly Xamarin developer video series on Channel 9. Each week I team up with other amazing guests to cover a topic in the world of Xamarin development. Since the launch of The Xamarin Show, we've covered a lot of great topics, from how to get started with iOS development to advanced topics such as publishing the app to the app store.
I was honored to be part of the Visual Studio 2017 keynote, where I got to highlight how easy it is to build beautiful, cross-platform native iOS, Android, and Windows apps in C# with Xamarin and Visual Studio 2017. Visual Studio 2017 brings an exciting range of new features and improvements for developers, along with a brand new preview of Visual Studio for Mac.
Out of all of the architectural patterns, Model-View-ViewModel (MVVM) has to be my favorite. When I started The Xamarin Show last year on Channel 9, I made sure to cover all of the different aspects of MVVM, as well as some amazing libraries that work with Xamarin, and I could think of no better way of starting 2017 than by highlighting the top Xamarin Show episodes that feature MVVM.