There are a lot of ways to build mobile apps out there, and Uno brings a fun new twist to the mix: leverage your UWP skills and code across iOS, Android, the web, and maybe more! In this episode we talk to Jérôme Laban about what drove them to create Uno, what it is, how it works, and how to get started bringing UWP to all new platforms! Special Guest: Jérôme Laban.
Frank is pretty much a machine himself, so we have him teach us the basics of Machine Learning and how he's been using it in his own apps! Listen to see how you can get started in Machine Learning with C# and .NET! Special Guest: Frank Krueger.
Long time Xamarin community member Filip Ekberg joins us to talk about how to succeed with Xamarin. Filip has been working on Xamarin since before it was Xamarin and has plenty of experience with success on the Xamarin platform and even some mistakes he's learned from. In this episode we talk about how new and experienced developers alike can be successful with Xamarin. Special Guest: Filip Ekberg.
In the world of API development, GraphQL has really been gaining some momentum in the last couple years...but what is it all about? In this episode we're joined by Glenn Block to dig into what it is, what it's not, how it compares to other API approaches and much, much more. If you're looking to cut through the noise and hear what GraphQL is all about, we've got you covered! Special Guest: Glenn Block.
If you're looking for the latest and greatest news from the Xamarin.Forms world, you're in luck. In this episode we welcome David Ortinau back to the show to talk about all the new updates to Xamarin.Forms since he was last on a year ago. Spoiler alert: there's a lot! Special Guest: David Ortinau.
In this episode we're joined by one of the original Xamarin pioneers, Bryan Costanich, to talk about what he's been up with Wilderness Labs! If you've ever been curious about getting started tinkering with hardware, or were intimidated by the idea, this is the episode for you. Join us as we dive into the state of the landscape, how Wilderness Labs is changing that space, and how it might be way easier than you think to start building your own connected devices! Special Guest: Bryan Costanich.
The boys are back! In this episode, Jon and Greg catch up on all the latest announcements that came out of the Microsoft Build and Google I/O conferences earlier this month. Looking for a crash course on what you missed? We've got you covered!
Greg has been working on a voice driven TV remote using his Amazon Echo (Alexa) and the Logitech Harmony Hub. As a guest on this episode, he talks about the infrastructure and technologies behind his solution to get TV listing information and automatically tune to events. Special Guest: Greg Shackles.
Jakub shares what he's learned using Xamarin to build the Azure App for iOS and Android. It's always interesting to see how real app developers are building real apps, the challenges they face, and tips and tricks for building our own apps. Special Guest: Jakub Jedryszek.
There are a lot of ways out there to build your mobile apps, and React Native offers an interesting way to take your React skills on the web and apply them to building fully native apps across plenty of different platforms. These aren't just hybrid apps running in a browser, so join us as we talk to Bonnie Eisenman about what React Native is, how it works, and how you can get started using it! Special Guest: Bonnie Eisenman.
Ionic is a framework that allows you to leverage web technologies to build apps for a wide range of platforms, in addition to providing related tools around building, deploying, and monitoring those apps. In this episode we talk to Justin Willis about what Ionic is, what it provides, and why you might use it to build your next app. Special Guest: Justin Willis.
At Microsoft's Connect(); conference in New York City we sat down with Gopinath C H to talk about Visual Studio Team Services. There are a lot of different components inside of VSTS, so we tried to talk through as many of them as we could and how they can help mobile developers build and maintain their apps. There are a lot of ways to build your apps, and VSTS makes a compelling case for choosing it. Learn how VSTS is being used inside of Microsoft (including for Windows itself!) and how...
Recorded at Microsoft's Connect(); conference in New York City, we welcomed Kirill Gavrylyuk back on the show to dig into CosmosDB. We talked about what it is, how it works, why you might use it, and much more. Listen in to learn about this exciting new database! Special Guest: Kirill Gavrylyuk.
Laura Laban is the CEO and founder of Infinite Flight, a popular flight simulator on mobile devices. In this episode, we talk with Laura about the history of Infinite Flight, its features, server infrastructure, where it's going and much more! Special Guest: Laura Laban.
SkiaSharp is a cross-platform 2D graphics API for .NET platforms based on Google's Skia Graphics Library that can be used across mobile, server, and desktop applications. In this episode we chat with Matthew Leibowitz and dig into what SkiaSharp is, how it works, and how you can get started using it in your apps. Special Guest: Matthew Leibowitz.
Have your cake and eat it too! Build scripts have never been so delicious. We're joined by Cake team members Gary Park and Mattias Karlsson to talk about the Cake (C#) build system, the history of it, and what it all can do. After listening to this episode we guarantee you'll definitely want to put some more C# in your build scripts with Cake! Special Guests: Gary Ewan Park and Mattias Karlsson.
Yes, we're talking about another MVVM framework today, but this one comes with a twist! In this episode we talk to Stanko Nikolic and Bojan Misic about OpenMVVM, an interesting framework they've been working on that combines Xamarin and C# with HTML5 and web views to create a flexible and powerful cross-platform app framework. Join us for a unique approach to cross-platform development with Xamarin! Special Guests: Bojan Misic and Stanko Nikolic.
It took a few years, but we finally did a show on MvvmCross! In this episode we’re joined by Martjin van Dijk, one of the core maintainers of the project, to talk about where MvvmCross came from, what’s new in it, and where it’s heading!
Host: Greg Shackles, Jon Dick
Guests: Martijn van Dijk
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Did you know that you can take your .NET code, including Xamarin.iOS and Xamarin.Android views, even Xamarin.Forms, and reference them from native Objective-C or Java applications? In this episode we talk to Jonathan Peppers, an engineer on the team at Microsoft working on this sorcery, and dig into how it works and where it’s going. It’s a brave new world!
Host: Greg Shackles, Jon Dick
Guests: Jonathan Peppers
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There is no shortage of options out there for doing error and crash reporting for mobile apps, but Bugsee takes a different approach, providing a more visual and deeper set of reporting and diagnostics. In this episode we talk to Alex Fishman, founder and CEO of Bugsee, and dig into what they’re offering for mobile developers.
Host: Greg Shackles, Jon Dick
Guests: Alex Fishman
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