Conflicts erupt in every friendship – and the bond between our app and Azure is no exception. Let’s learn some conflict resolution so our app and Azure can patch things up and keep happily sync’ing and exchanging data!
Have a minute? That’s all it will take to find out how to get Xamarin Studio to use a TFS Online Git repository!
The lights have gone off … the internet is down … but our users keep on using our app! Find out how to employ Azure Mobile Services offline edit capabilities to let them keep on creating and updating data, and the later sync it back to Azure.
Lay back, relax & gaze at the clouds as we take a walk through the Azure Mobile Services – Data API. We’ll look at modeling data to work in the cloud, pushing modifying data up, and bringing it back down. We’ll also consider some design considerations for using Azure Mobile Services with Xamarin and cross platform apps.
Let’s use the Akavache framework to refactor the cross platform code we wrote for caching data in a previous post in a much more elegant manner.
Handcrafted woodworking? Artisanal cheese? How about a local database that runs inside your app and across platforms? Learn more about SQLite and a great ORM that accesses it – SQLite.Net.
Using shared projects to reuse code across platforms and those preprocessor directives got you down? Come on in, and we’ll get ride of those blues!
Code Mill Technologies is a small software development company out of Madison, WI started by Matt Soucoup. Code Mill specializes in Xamarin and web development working to build useful and intuitive software for its clients. This blog is where Matt pontificates thoughts on Xamarin and the related community, and will provide tutorials on mobile development.
Code Mill is the first Xamarin Authorized Partner in the state of Wisconsin – and Matt is pretty darn proud of that.