How does Xamarin.Forms fit into your mobile strategy? Is it better to go with Native or Cross-Platform UI? What are some key aspects of app navigation and visualization?
Join the discussion on Xamarin mobile development strategies, tools and rendering methodologies! Our co-hosts Matthew Soucoup and Sam Basu will walk you through many mobile development standards and examples, demoing real-life scenarios and cases.
Here are some of the main points we will cover:
We have a cool prize for everyone who joins and who participates in the conversation. So don’t forget to ask your questions before and during the event via Twitter with #heyTelerik
For some of our demos we will be using Telerik UI for Xamarin.
Use your .NET skills and complete native API access to build modern X-Platform mobile apps. Let's explore the promise of Xamarin.Forms and take a peek into the shiny new features:
C# and Universal Tooling to make mobile apps that run on any platform - that's the Xamarin promise! You get to use your favorite IDE to build native cross-platform mobile apps, all from a single codebase. While Xamarin.iOS and Xamarin.Android allow reach into other mobile platform, Xamarin.Forms completes the story with a unified abstracted UI layer. The promise of 'Write once, Run everywhere' is a reality.