- PlayScript is an open source Adobe ActionScript compatible compiler and Flash compatible runtime that runs in the Mono .NET environment, targeting mobile devices through the Xamarin platform. http://playscript.github.io/ – via Julian Xhokaxhiu
- Reactive Extensions (RX) are the new cool. There is now a port for Mono on github. It’s also available as nuget packages for iOS and Android. via – Jérémie Laval
- MonkeyArms MVCS framwork. Well if framework names hadn’t got weird enough already, MonkeyArms is a MVCS framework for Xamarin iOS and Android apps inspired by Flash’s Robot Legs framework. – via Ben Bishop
- iOS UITableView: Hiding separator lines above custom section headers
- Neil Danson has a series of blog posts on implementing Monogame with F# on MacOS, Android and iOS
- Building an evernote style UIViewController with xamarin – via Glenn Stephens
- Programming the ChromeCast with Xamarin – Larry O’Brien, via Craig Dunn
- Pinterest style UICollectionViews in Xamarin.iOS – via Pierce Boggan
- How to to use the Action Bar in Android – Willem Meints
- AutoLayout with Xamarin.Mac – Jérémie Laval. Discussion of how AutoLayout is used to implement the new iOS Property Pad for Xamarin Studio
- Mike Bluestein shares slides from his talk at MonkeySpace conference – Mike Bluestein
- How I built an Android app in C# & Visual Studio in less than 24hrs – Nishanth Anil
- Windows Phone app building tools you might not know about – Adam Denning
Stuff that I googled for my project, that was useful
- Make a phone number initiate a phone call in iOS – Xamarin Forums.
Update: Dan Miser sent a comment to have a look at the post http://forums.xamarin.com/discussion/comment/22462/#Comment_22462 because it provides the Call/Cancel dialog functionality to you for free. Thanks Dan!
- Can EntryElement be readonly on Monotouch.Dialog – StackOverflow
- Monotouch Dialog section enable or disable – Xamarin Forums
- Xamarin.iOS and Authentication in Windows Azure Mobile – Thirteen Days
- UITextField Max Length in C# with Xamarin.iOS – StackOverflow
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