Protecting Your Xamarin Apps with Dotfuscator

Guest Blogger
September 20, 2017 Android, iOS, Xamarin Platform

This is a special guest post from Joe Sewell, a developer on the Dotfuscator team at PreEmptive Solutions. Let’s be honest, releasing a library, desktop app, or mobile app can be a bit scary. Once your software is freely available to the world, you lose a certain degree of control over how it will be […]

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Augment Reality with Xamarin and iOS 11

Larry O'Brien
September 19, 2017 iOS, Xamarin Platform

One of the showcase features of iOS 11 is ARKit, an augmented-reality mode available on devices powered by A9 and newer chips (basically, 6S and better iPhones, 2017 iPads, and […]

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Learn How The Lean Cook Uses Mobile to Drive Revenue and Promote Healthy Living

Lacey Butler
September 18, 2017 Android, Case Studies, iOS

The Lean Cook, a popular UK diet and fitness blog started as a hobby by a husband and wife team, is a prime example of how to design apps for the user. Instead of simply […]

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Get Your Apps Ready for iOS 11!

Miguel de Icaza
September 13, 2017 iOS, Xamarin Platform

We’ve just updated our iOS 11 support to go along with the Xcode 9 GM Seed release. You can use this build along with the Xcode 9 GM to submit applications that take advantage of the new features in iOS 11, tvOS 11 and watchOS 4 to the Apple AppStore. We also have awesome new sample […]

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Digitally Imported Delivers 10 Music Streaming Apps to Millions of Fans Globally

Lacey Butler
September 7, 2017 Android, Case Studies, iOS, Xamarin Platform

One of the first music streaming services and the #1 radio network for electronic music fans, Digitally Imported’s laser focus on UX and mobile quality helps them retain their competitive […]

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Explore iOS 11 Previews Today

Miguel de Icaza
September 5, 2017 iOS, Xamarin Platform

Since the announcement of iOS 11 at WWDC, we’ve been working on providing the new APIs as web previews with Xamarin.iOS from our releases blog. To help you get started […]

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Xamarin Live Player Preview 2: Continuously Run and Debug Apps

James Montemagno
August 30, 2017 Android, iOS, Xamarin Platform

We introduced the Xamarin Live Player, a brand new way for developers to get started with Xamarin development faster than ever with just Visual Studio and an iOS or Android device, at this year’s Build developer conference. Based on your feedback from the first preview, we’re excited to announce an update to the Xamarin Live […]

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Share More Code with .NET Standard 2.0

James Montemagno
August 29, 2017 Android, iOS, Xamarin Platform

There are several great ways to share code between applications and to create libraries to share with the world. With more and more platforms supporting C# and .NET, a new type of library, which we call .NET Standard libraries, was created to simplify development for all developers. You can think of .NET Standard as a […]

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Live Webinar: Take your .NET Skills from the Desktop to Android and iOS

Mark Smith
August 15, 2017 Android, Education, iOS, Xamarin Platform

Register today to join me for my upcoming webinar, Xamarin University Presents: Desktop Developer’s Guide to Mobile with Visual Studio Tools for Xamarin on Tuesday, August 29, to see how to […]

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Guitar Center’s Five-Star Xamarin.Forms Apps Bring Music to the Masses

Lacey Butler
July 18, 2017 Android, Case Studies, iOS

The best brands, and the most popular apps, deliver personalized experiences that help us accomplish exactly what we want to do, when we want to do it. Developers need to […]

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