It’s been a big week in Xamarin world. So many fantastic links flying around the interwebs. Here’s a selection of things I’ve seen this week that took my fancy.
Monthly archive: July 28, 2013
We finished up our first week of “real” coding using Xamarin. By real I mean, actually working on (what we hope will be) production code. So I thought I’d post up some thoughts and experiences from the week.
News The first list of Xamarin MVPs were announced. Xamarin recieved a bunch of cash in a second round of funding. Looks like the beers are on Xamarin! Xamarin releases two new themes that are free (as in beer). Cool Code MA2: The Quick Bar – FastChicken blog discusses the implementation of the Quick Bar in Mobile Agent […]
Learning to fly by yourself can be hard (as the picture below illustrates). There is a serious risk the guy above is going to faceplant pretty hard. I don’t want our project to be that guy.
In order to evaluate Xamarin as a potential platform for developing our mobile app, myself and a couple of co-workers downloaded and installed the free trial edition at various points in time. A little while later I got an email from a Xamarin “Customer Success Engineer” who noticed that a few people from the same […]
I’m working on a fantastic project at work at the moment. It’s 51% awesome and 49% scary as hell. It’s awesome because it’s an innovative mobile project across all the major platforms and therefore I get to play with loads of toys and devices. It’s scary as hell because we are attempting to publish 4 […]