Xamarin iOS: Learning by Examples: Part#3


This is a continuation of a previous post. Display a map Follow the code snippet. It contains necessary comments inside the code. Make your app social Using Xamarin capability we can post our message in Twitter/Facebook etc in a consistent manner and of course using shared code. Here is the code snippet with necessary comments … Continue reading Xamarin iOS: Learning by Examples: Part#3

Xamarin iOS: Learning by Examples: Part#2


This is a continuation of a previous post. Create iOS Project Right click on the Solution name (DemoAppName) -> Add -> Add New Project... -> iOS -> App -> General -> Single View App -> Next. Name: DemoAppiOS Organization Identifier: com.wordpress.tausiq (Give your own reverse domain name) For now we are going to work on … Continue reading Xamarin iOS: Learning by Examples: Part#2

Xamarin iOS: Learning by Examples: Part#1


Target Audience: I expect you have basic iOS development experiences. A "Hello World" app written by you and installed in an iOS device would be suffice. Also you have minimal working knowledge on C# language. You don't have to be a guru. It also might possible if you know Java or C++. It should be … Continue reading Xamarin iOS: Learning by Examples: Part#1

Mobile apps: Which platform should use? Native/ Hybrid/ Cross?


Native apps Native apps are vendor specific and runs only on that platform. Platform Vendor Language IDE Library OS iOS Apple Swift/Objective-C Xcode Cocoa touch Mac OS Android Google Java Android Studio Android API Win/Mac/Linux Windows Microsoft C# Visual Studio Silver light Windows Pros: Maximum performance Small footprint (App loading time, executable files size) Cons: … Continue reading Mobile apps: Which platform should use? Native/ Hybrid/ Cross?