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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 […]

Free Video Training on NativeScript + JavaScript and NativeScript + Angular

Here at Progress, we realize everyone learns about new technologies at their own speed and via different mediums. That’s why today we are happy to announce the availability two free video courses to help you learn more about developing with NativeScript + vanilla JavaScript and NativeScript + Angular. In “NativeScript for the Angular Developer” and […]

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 […]

UI for Xamarin Deep Dive: Typing Efficiency with AutoComplete

Welcome to Day 5 of our UI for Xamarin article series. You survived the long reads! On the plus side, hopefully your mobile app is coming together nicely using specialized polished UI controls. Let's finish off the week with something lightweight, but important – the icing on the cake so to speak. Let's face it […]

UI for Xamarin Deep Dive: User Productivity with Calendar

Welcome to Day 4 of our UI for Xamarin article series. Calendars keep our lives organized and productive. Everyone uses them, usually in a digital form. So it is no surprise that your mobile apps may need to display calendars and manage events on them. Turns out, however, that the calendar UI is tricky business […]

UI for Xamarin Deep Dive: Solid Organization with SideDrawer

Welcome to Day 3 of our UI for Xamarin control series. By now, you should have had a running start with the bits in your choice of IDE and proudly displaying list of items in a feature-rich ListView. Let's tackle another common app problem – content organization. Most mobile apps are a collection of pages/views […]

UI for Xamarin Deep Dive: Must-Have Interactivity with ListView

Welcome to Day 2 of our UI for Xamarin series. Hope you have started off on the right foot and have your ammunition all set. Let's take on a hard-hitting must-have UI control today! As is the case, most mobile apps often need to display a list of things. This list needs to be completely […]

UI for Xamarin Deep Dive: Starting Strong

The promise of Xamarin.Forms is that developers get to target major platforms like iOS, Android, UWP and MacOS from a single shared code base and leverage their existing skills in C#/XAML. While Xamarin provides the frameworks, IDEs and integrations, most professional Xamarin.Forms apps need polished UX. Developers may be better served grabbing well-engineered performant UI […]

Getting Personal with Handwriting

On this episode of Eat Sleep Code guest Trey Stout shares his story about the challenges of utilizing handwriting in software and what problems handwriting solves for users. We discuss the technology stack behind Handwriting.io and ScribbleChat, as well as the engineering involved in these products. Trey Stout Co-founder and Chief Technology Officer Handwriting.io & […]

XamarinShow – Polished UI for Xamarin.Forms Apps

XamarinShow is a hugely popular Channel 9 show for Xamarin developers and enthusiasts. The charismatic James Montemagno plays host to industry trendsetters and Xamarin experts to discuss all things pertaining to cross-platform connected mobile app development. XamarinShow showcases popular developer tools/frameworks/integrations and keeps Xamarin developers up to date on latest happenings in the Xamarin land. […]

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