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Dear XAML, We Meet Again
With Xamarin.Forms, Xamarin launched a new UI technology for cross-platform device development. Xamarin.Forms lets you use XAML to build your UI. I prefer to refer to the development target as a device, as opposed to mobile, because it seems that Xamarin is able to target anything that runs Android, iOS, or Windows – platforms that extend beyond phones and tablets to any type of electronic gadget (thing) running these OS’s regardless of whether they’re mobile, stationary, or any other executable ......

Posted On Sunday, July 6, 2014 10:01 PM

Watch LINQ to Twitter On Glass
Glass is Google’s new wearable computer - no doubt you’ve heard about it in the news. What’s cool and new today is that you can now write Glass apps that use LINQ to Twitter. In this article, I’ll show you how. Say What!? That’s right, I said “You can now write Glass apps with LINQ to Twitter”. There might have been a day when the combination of Twitter, LINQ, and a Google device might have been unimaginable, but Xamarin has changed all that. You see, Xamarin lets you write C# apps that deploy to ......

Posted On Friday, January 10, 2014 2:54 PM

LINQ to Twitter Runs Xamarin.Android
Yesterday, Microsoft launched Visual Studio 2013 (VS2013), their newest version of their Integrated Development Environment (IDE). Along with this launch was several announcements that included a partnership with Xamarin and lifting of Portable Class Library (PCL) and .NET NuGet library licensing restrictions. In addition to these announcements, Xamarin released Xamarin Studio 4.2 and associated Android and iOS toolsets, which have recently supported async and now have full support for PCL. Given ......

Posted On Thursday, November 14, 2013 9:28 AM

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