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Xamarin Continuous Integration and Delivery boek

Onze collega Gerald Versluis heeft de afgelopen tijd hard gewerkt aan het schrijven van een eigen boek. In dit boek vertelt hij alles over het opzetten van een geautomatiseerde ontwikkelstraat, gericht op Xamarin apps...

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Xamarin ❤️ HoloLens: My First HoloLens app

At 4DotNet we are in the proud possession of not one, but two HoloLenses! This week I got to grab one and play with it for a little while. After gaping at the incredible...

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Finding Nemo – Implementing Xamarin.Forms SearchBar

Xamarin.Forms gives you a component called the SearchBar, by default. Like you would expect, this gives you a simple text edit box which is specifically designed to serve in search operations. To show you...

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Xamarin Android Emulator update

In an earlier post, where I talked about configuring your environment for development, I mentioned that the Android Emulator gave me a bit of a headache. On Planet Xamarin, a aggregator for multiple Xamarin...

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Xamarin.Forms: from zero to hero – part 2

In my previous post I have covered the basics of starting with Xamarin, more specific Xamarin.Forms. There I have described that my first app would be a business app for the company I work for....

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Xamarin.Forms: from zero to hero – part 1

Time to get my hands dirty, finally some programming! Or is it? Just a little bit of theory for now. Personally I always like to get some form of 101 before I start something....

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Setting up shop for Xamarin

Ok, so Xamarin is my weapon of choice. Now what? The plan of approach seemed pretty simple upfront: Get Xamarin Get developing Get filthy rich Using the words ‘seemed’ and ‘upfront’ together might already...

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Xamarin: First contact

For quite some time now I have been working with all sorts of Microsoft technologies both professionally as for just the fun of it. Visual Studio is a breeze to work with, Azure is taking...