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Xamarin Announcements from Microsoft Build

Visual Studio for Mac was not the only Xamarin-related announcement Microsoft made during their Build conference. There were quite some other interesting stuff revealed as well, like Xamarin Live Player and Fastlane. Tools like this will speed up your developer time tremendously! James Montemagno and Miguel De Icaza showed off these (and more!) tools and we'll try to cover them in this article.

Xamarin Announcements from Microsoft Build

About this article:
This article has been co-written with colleague Bas. You can find a copy of this article on his blog as well.


Tags:  live player xaml aot embedinator xamarin microsoft
 
Visual Studio for Mac GA

Those of you that are following my on Twitter will know that I've attended the Microsoft Build conference in Seattle last week. This week, we'll cover some Xamarin topics that were shared during the biggest developer conference from Microsoft. In this article, we'll dive into the functionality of Xamarin Studio for Mac, that went Generally Available during the event.

Set alternate app icons in iOS using Xamarin

About this article:
This article has been co-written with colleague Bas. You can find a copy of this article on his blog as well.


Tags:  visual studio IDE xamarin macos
 
Set alternate app icons in iOS using Xamarin

Since the release of iOS 10.3 developers are able to change the app icon from your app programatically. Although it can't be used to create a dynamic icon (like the Calendar or Clock-app), we are given the opportunity to ship the app with more than one kind of icon so the user will be able to change that. The official MLB At Bat and NHL apps on iOS used this to change the icon of their app to change the app's icon to their favorite team's logo.

Xamarin released their support of iOS 10.3 pretty quickly after the release from Apple, making this functionality available for Xamarin.iOS developers as well (they called it adaptive icons). Let's see how we can use this to set alternate app icons in iOS using Xamarin.

Set alternate app icons in iOS using Xamarin

The goal in the sample would be that we'll be able to change the app icon of the app so the user can choose between three different icons to be displayed on the springboard. We'll be using the setAlternateIconName method that's available in iOS 10.3 to achieve this goal. The source code can be found on Github in case you directly want to dive into the code. Otherwise, read on!


Tags:  icons ios xamarin
 
[Dutch] Presentation: Make your app smarter with Microsoft Cognitive Services

As an introduction, I've written already several articles here about the Microsoft Cognitive Services. By combining the power of machine learning and Xamarin, you're able to make your apps smarter and more personal just like I showed before. All of this led up to a presentation that was given at dotNedSaturday, organised by dotNed, the largest .NET User Group from the Netherlands.

Presentation: Make your app smarter with Microsoft Cognitive Services

This presentation will dive into the power of Microsoft Cognitive Services in combination with Xamarin build apps for your phone. By doing this, apps can be made a lot smarter since you'll be able to tap into machine learning with ease. Apps can be a lot more personal as well, as if it's your assistant that'll be more than just Siri/Cortana/Google Now. All of that in a full cross-platform mobile fashion using Xamarin.

During this session I'll dive into the different available options from the Microsoft Cognitive Services, as well as giving a hands-on demo on how to integrate this in a mobile app. The sample code can be found on Github. Take note the presentation itself is in Dutch, the slides are English. Enjoy!


Tags:  cognitive xamarin microsoft presentation
 
How to make an App Widget with Xamarin.Android

One of the things Android had for a long time were App Widgets. With these small apps, you're able to create byte-sized functionality that users could use from their home and lockscreen. Since Android 5.0 the support for lockscreen app widgets was removed, while iOS10 introduced them again.

In this article we'll dive into the way how you can create your own App Widget using Xamarin.Android. This article will cover a Hello World-example which you can take as a start to implement in your next project.

How to make an App Widget with Xamarin.Android

For this demo, I wanted to create a simple app widget which displays an icon, text and the current time. When you click the widget, the time will refresh but when you click the icon, an app will start. Let's see how we can create such an app widget! The source code can be found on Github.


Tags:  widget xamarin android
 
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