It’s finally here … the bindable Picker control in Xamarin.Forms! It’ll be pretty familiar, but find out about some subtle differences in order to get up, running and binding with Picker control in no time!
Continuing down the path of reducing the need for custom renderers, Xamarin.Forms 2.3.3 introduces Bindable Native Views that can be added directly to XAML. This post takes a look at how to use them plus the advantages and disadvantages of them.
Lately it seems that the Xamarin.Forms team has been spending a lot of time making it easier to access the individual platform’s functionality. Find out about one of the latest features – Platform Specifics!
Getting weird error messages when starting your app on iOS 10.1? Fix them with this easy step!
Love Shared Projects? Sick of compiler directives? This is the post for you! But if you hate Shared Projects – this is still the post for you – you’re gonna love ’em!
What started as a small little post on backing up Android shared preference files turned into something a bit … bigger. So back on up into a comfy chair and come on a little exploration of Android shared preference files, BackupAgents, BackupAgentHelpers and everything in between!
Can one book fill in all the blanks of not having a CS degree? A review of The Imposter’s Handbook by Rob Conery.
Bots! They’re the new hot thing – but to write a bot for each service you want it to run on … Skype, Slack, Facebook Messenger, etc, etc, etc … that’s a pain … or is it? Come on in and explore the Microsoft Bot Framework!
Eventually we’re going to have to add printing functionality to one of our apps – it’s inevitable. Find out a very easy way to do so from Xamarin.Forms with this post!
The preferred (in my opinion) API signature to create custom bindable properties has been deprecated in Xamarin.Forms! Let’s see what the one looks like and the differences in usage…
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.