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Introducing JustAssembly: A Lightweight .NET Assembly Diff Tool

On behalf of the engineering team, I'm incredibly excited to announce a new tool we've built for .NET developers called JustAssembly! JustAssembly is a free and open source .NET assembly diff and analysis tool. With it, you can quickly decompile .NET assemblies and perform binary code diffs against them, all within a single interface. What's […]

Using XAML in Xamarin.Forms – Part 2: Accessing Static Data

The first article in the Using XAML in Xamarin.Forms series, looked at how XAML increases the legibility of the user interface code over C#, how to set both member and attribute properties, and how to setup event handlers for user interface events. In this article, I want to explore how to access data from XAML. […]

How to use Firebase Cloud Messaging in a NativeScript Angular Mobile App

An often critical part of mobile application development is the requirement of being able to receive notifications from a remote source, often referred to as push notifications. Previously I had explored how to use local notifications in a NativeScript application, but these are triggered based on a schedule within the application itself, rather than a […]

Machine Learning for Developers

As Machine Learning (ML) becomes mainstream in the software industry it's important to understand how it works and it's place in the development stack. With a firm understanding of how to build a ML service for your application, you can identify opportunities in your applications for ML, implement ML, and communicate clearly with ML professionals […]

A Gif Guide to Getting Started with Kendo UI

Using Kendo UI components in your Angular application helps you make a robust application quickly with succinct code. When you’re working on a deadline, like during hackathon, or just a regular stressful deadline, like getting work to a client on time, coding faster is better. Having succinct, easy-to-read code is great when you’re working in […]

Creating Your First Native Mobile App with Visual Studio (Part 4)

Over the past few blog posts, we have been working on creating a cross-platform mobile app with NativeScript, Visual Studio, and SQL Server – covering each and every part of the development process. We’ve also been using the capabilities of Telerik AppBuilder to allow us to develop an iOS app from within Windows (all without […]

Creating Your First Native Mobile App with Visual Studio (Part 3)

In this blog post series, we are working on creating a truly native cross-platform mobile app with NativeScript, Visual Studio, and SQL Server, from start to finish, using Telerik AppBuilder. In the previous post, we finished scaffolding our app using NativeScript layouts and added some mock data to see how it all worked. Now we […]

Using XAML in Xamarin.Forms

XAML or eXtensible Markup Language is a declarative language used for creating user interfaces in Xamarin.Forms. I already know what you're thinking: Why would I want to use a markup language when I have the power of C#? Markup languages are for web pages – I'm building a mobile app with .Net – I want […]

Creating Your First Native Mobile App with Visual Studio (Part 2)

In the first post of this series, we started our “Bill Murray” mobile app with NativeScript’s tab strip TypeScript template in Visual Studio, using Telerik AppBuilder. Now it’s time to write some code to create a truly native, cross-platform app, with 100% code re-use between our iOS and Android apps. By the end of this […]

Creating Your First Native Mobile App with Visual Studio (Part 1)

Visual Studio is quite possibly the most adored IDE of all time. For years .NET developers have relied on the myriad robust features and integrations in Visual Studio to make them more productive creating desktop apps, web apps, and now (increasingly) mobile apps. In the early days of the mobile revolution, a subset of developers […]

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