IndicatorView teams up with CarouselView to let users know which slide of a carousel they’re on. Today let’s learn how to use this tool!
One way to make our applications more fun and at the same time display more information without needing additional space is when we present it on the same page in a carousel.
The user experience in this case would be much better if we add positioning indicators to it.
Blazor enables building client-side web UI with .NET, but sometimes you need more than what the web platform offers. Sometimes you need full access to the native capabilities of the device. You can now host Blazor components in .NET MAUI apps to build cross-platform native apps using web UI. The components run natively in the .NET process and render web UI to an embedded web view control using a local interop channel.
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In Xamarin Forms 5 the ability for doing drag and drop was released. In this article, I’ll explore it and show you how to use it by creating a simple Schedule UI, which will have the ability to drag event cards and drop them over a Trash icon to delete them. How it works To […]
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Web apps in Xamarin Forms is one of the most striking features for developers over time. There are many articles and presentations that talk about this topic, but we will focus on the different alternatives that exist today and one or another surprise.
La entrada Web apps with Xamarin.Forms se publicó primero en Luis Matos.
Las web apps en Xamarin Forms es una de las características mas llamativas para desarrolladores con el pasar de los tiempos. Hay muchos artículos y presentaciones que hablan sobre este tema, pero nosotros nos centraremos en las diferentes alternativas que hay hoy en día y una que otra sorpresa.
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Visual Studio for Mac is not supporting .NET preview 4 yet. But that doesn't mean that you cannot start to play with MAUI. But you have to use the terminal and for example Visual Studio Code. Install .NET MAUI If you do not have installed the preview yet, I recommend you to do that with […]
Over the last week I’ve been exploring different ways to measure the time it takes for an app to launch and be ready for the user to interact with. I’ll go into more detail on this topic in subsequent posts but I wanted first to take a bit of a side track into thinking about … Continue reading "Startup Performance, Skia and the Future of Cross Platform Apps Built with .NET"
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Can you believe it - Build has come and gone and there's so much goodness to talk about with .NET MAUI - and David Ortinau is back to fill us all in.
Plus we have the latest updates on the updates to Visual Studio and Visual Studio Mac and how to make your Xamarin.Forms apps more accessible and beautiful. And there's some great cloud news for Azure Function fans!
All this and more!
In this blog, you will learn how to test Xamairn UI controls in Xamarin.Forms. Introduction Xamarin.Forms code runs on multiple platforms - each of which has its own filesystem. This means that reading and writing files is most easily done using the native file APIs on each platform. Alternatively, embedded resources are a simpler solution to distribute data files with an app. Xamarin.
The TouchEffect in the Xamarin Community Toolkit allows you to make any visual element into a button. By adding a few lines of code you can execute code by a simple touch. The TouchEffect also brings hover functionality, long press and easy animations to your Xamarin.Forms app. On the show I have Andrei Misieukevich who will show us all the power of TouchEffect. Tune in! Sample AppXamarin Community Toolkit RepositoryXamarin Community Toolkit DocsGet your questions answered on the Microsoft Q&A for .
Who would have thought that logging out of your Xamarin Forms app using Open Identity Connect (OIDC) and OAuth would deserve its own blog post? But it just so happens that it took me quite a bit longer than I initially thought it would take. So if you are interested in OAuth and Xamarin, you might also be interested in my blog posts on getting started, setting up an IdentityServer for your mobile app and refreshing your tokens.
In this post I show you how to easily fix the Xcode install location in VS 2019 for Mac after installing the Xcode CLI tools.
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This week, James is joined by Maddy Leger, Xamarin & .NET MAUI Program Manager, who gives us all the details from Microsoft Build for Xamarin and .NET MAUI.Show Links:.NET MAUI Preview 4 Blog.NET MAUI on GitHub.NET 6 Deep Dive - Microsoft BuildFollow @JamesMontemagnoNever Miss an Episode: Follow @TheXamarinShowUseful Links:Learn more about XamarinLearn more about Xamarin.FormsLearn more about Cross-platform developmentXamarin Developer CenterXamarin BlogMicrosoft Learn Self-Guided TrainingCreate a Free Account (Azure)Xamarin Developers YouTube ChannelXamarin on TwitterGet your questions answered on the Microsoft Q&A for .
One question that I continuously get asked on Twitter is how can I make great looking apps with Xamarin.Forms? It is a great question, and anyone can build great looking apps with a little inspiration and a little styling. Now, I am not a designer,
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With SnackBar and Toast it is now easier than ever to show a little notification to the user. It can pop-up at the bottom of your page or be attached to any VisualElement! In this show I have Vladislav as my guest all the way from Ukraine to tell us about all the ins and outs of this awesome addition to the Xamarin Community ToolkitSample CodeXamarin Community Toolkit RepositoryXamarin Community Toolkit DocsGet your questions answered on the Microsoft Q&A for .
This year's Microsoft Build was all about developer velocity! There was something for everyone from no code, low code, medium code, all the code, you name it, you had it! From .NET 6, to Power Platform, to all things Azure, we have you covered.
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The Microsoft Build conference (#MSBuild) brought us a lot of news related to .NET MAUI and in this article, I summarize everything. It is no secret to anyone that one of the most expected technologies is #DotNetMAUI, and it promises a lot.
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La conferencia Microsoft Build (#MSBuild) nos trajo un montón de novedades relacionadas a .NET MAUI y en este articulo te lo resumo todo. Para nadie es un secreto que unas de las tecnologías mas esperadas es .NET MAUI, y es que esta promete bastante.
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Another customer success story! This time find out how Blackbaud started from no Xamarin experience to delivering a complexing mobile payment terminal to help nonprofits - even with bindings to hardware!
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With the SemanticEffect and SemanticOrderView in the Xamarin Community Toolkit you now have all the tools to make your Xamarin.Forms app more accessible. In this episode I am joined by Shane Neuville and Rachel Kang from the Xamarin.Forms team. They focus on accessibility and will show us how to use these new features. SemanticEffect and SemanticOrderView PRLet's Learn .NET - AccessibilityA11Y Tools Sample App RepoXamarin Community Toolkit RepositoryXamarin Community Toolkit DocsGet your questions answered on the Microsoft Q&A for .
So you decided to take use OpenIdentity Connect / OAuth for authenticating your users in your Xamarin app. The great thing is that your client application will never see or process the username and password, which reduces the possible attack vector. Instead, all your app ever receives is an access token that grants to access APIs that require authenticated users. But there is a minor caveat. The access token often is only valid for a short time.