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With this Service Pack release of Telerik UI for Xamarin, we are launching new pricing options to better suit developers interested in single or multi-platform development with the Xamarin Framework and our UI suite.

You can now buy the Xamarin wrappers for UI for iOS and UI for Android separately for $399. The support packages are also sold separately providing additional budget flexibility. If you are interested in cross-platform development, you can buy the full stack containing Xamarin.Forms wrappers for all three platforms: iOS, Android and Windows Phone plus all Xamarin wrappers for iOS and Android.

If you are interested in other Telerik .NET products, you can buy UI for Xamarin as part of the Telerik DevCraft Ultimate suite, which gives you access to 15 other .NET products, as well as the premium support package. For more detailed information, visit the pricing page.

Calendar for Xamarin.Forms

Also new with this Service Pack is the new Calendar Control for Xamarin.Forms. It allows you to implement various calendar scenarios in your Xamarin.Forms project easily. The control capitalizes on the innate benefits of the native UI but exposes the objects and properties in C#, allowing for no-compromise customization and flexibility. The major features include:
  • Year, Month, Week (for Forms.iOS and Forms.Android)
  • Native transitions between views
  • Events indicators in the cells
  • Selection
  • Min & Max Date 
  • Styling customizations
Calendar for Xamarin.Forms iOS by Telerik Calendar for Xamarin.Forms Android by Telerik Calendar for Xamarin.Forms Windows Phone by Telerik

What’s on the Product Roadmap?

The next control on our list is the backbone of the majority of mobile applications out there--its majesty, the ListView control. You can expect ListView for Xamarin.iOS and Xamarin.Android with the Q1 2015 release at the end of February. 
Get the new bits, including the Calendar for Xamarin.Forms here

You might find this blog post on building a cross-platform mobile app with Xamarin.Forms and Telerik Chart useful.

Happy coding!

Update: Check out the newly released Telerik Tagit, a cross-platform native mobile Xamarin app. We give you source code and a six-part walkthrough of how it was created. Check out how we implemented the Calendar control in that app, right here

About the Author

Nikolay Diyanov

Diyanov is the Product Manager of the Native Mobile UI division at Progress. Delivering outstanding solutions that make developers' lives easier is his passion and the biggest reward in his work. In his spare time, Nikolay enjoys travelling around the world, hiking, sun-bathing and kite-surfing.

Find him on Twitter @n_diyanov or on LinkedIn.

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