Several great approaches to check if and when your app is launching. For the very first run or for a specific version, all using Xamarin.Essentials! Easily detect the first time your user has run your application or for a specific version to easily integrate prompts.
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 about authentication and really Focus on Xamarin.
The latest version of Xamarin.Essentials (1.5) is packed full of beautiful native cross-platform APIs including app theme detection, permissions, web authentication, and so much more. Read on for details, samples, and guides to get started today.
Many apps require adding user authentication, and this often means enabling your users to sign in their existing Microsoft, Facebook, Google, and now Apple Sign In accounts. With Xamarin.Essentials' new WebAuthenticator and using ASP.NET Core on your backend it has never been easier. Learn more!
This year at Microsoft Ignite the Xamarin team was everywhere! In addition to being all around the Developer Architecture Center booths, there were sessions and workshops throughout the conference - all available on-demand!
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!
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.