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The Xamarin Show is all about native cross-platform mobile development for iOS, Android, macOS, and Windows with Xamarin. Join your host James Montemagno and his guests as they discuss building mobiles apps, integrating SDKs, extending mobile apps, the latest Xamarin news, awesome apps developers are building, and so much more. Follow @JamesMontemagno and send him topics with #XamarinShow of what and who you would like to see on the show. Useful Links Xamarin Developer Center & BlogXamarin and AzureMobile DevOpsXamarin University Self-Guided

The Xamarin Show is all about native cross-platform mobile development for iOS, Android, macOS, and Windows with Xamarin. Join your host James Montemagno and his guests as they discuss building mobiles apps, integrating SDKs, extending mobile apps, the latest Xamarin news, awesome apps developers are building, and so much more. Follow @JamesMontemagno and send him topics with #XamarinShow of what and who you would like to see on the show. Useful Links Xamarin Developer Center & BlogXamarin and AzureMobile DevOpsXamarin University Self-Guided
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The Xamarin Show is all about native cross-platform mobile development for iOS, Android, macOS, and Windows with Xamarin. Join your host James Montemagno and his guests as they discuss building mobiles apps, integrating SDKs, extending mobile apps, the latest Xamarin news, awesome apps developers are building, and so much more. Follow @JamesMontemagno and send him topics with #XamarinShow of what and who you would like to see on the show. Useful Links Xamarin Developer Center & BlogXamarin and AzureMobile DevOpsXamarin University Self-Guided

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English


Episodes

Preferences (Xamarin.Essentials API of the Week)

1/15/2019
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Xamarin.Essentials provides developers with cross-platform APIs for their mobile applications. On this week's Essential API of the week we take a look at Preferences, which enables you to store application preferences in a key/value store. Show Notes: Xamarin.Essentials DocumentationXamarin.Essentials Getting Started DocumentationPreferences DocumentationSource CodeTwitterGitHubBlogMerge ConflictFollow @JamesMontemagnoFollow @TheXamarinShow

Duration:00:05:55

Xamarin.Forms 101: Data Binding

1/10/2019
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Let's take a step back in a new mini-series that I like to call Xamarin.Forms 101. In each episode we will walk through a basic building block of Xamarin.Forms to help you build awesome cross-platform native applications. This week we will look at MVVM and Data Binding to simplify development. Show Notes: Xamarin.Forms Data Binding DocumentationTwitterGitHubBlogMerge ConflictFollow @JamesMontemagnoFollow @TheXamarinShow

Duration:00:10:12

Connectivity (Xamarin.Essentials API of the Week)

1/8/2019
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Xamarin.Essentials provides developers with cross-platform APIs for their mobile applications. On this week's Essential API of the week we take a look at Connectivity, which enable you to check device internet connectivity, connection type, and register for changes to connectivity. Show Notes: Xamarin.Essentials DocumentationXamarin.Essentials Getting Started DocumentationConnectivity DocumentationSource CodeTwitterGitHubBlogMerge ConflictFollow @JamesMontemagnoFollow @TheXamarinShow

Duration:00:06:28

Visual Azure Provisioning From a Whiteboard

1/3/2019
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On this week's Xamarin Show, James is joined by good friend Christos Matskas who shows off a beautiful Xamarin application that is infused with AI to generate a full Azure backend just by drawing pictures on a white board. You don't want to miss this mind blowing demo and walkthrough of the code. Show Notes: Source CodeConnect(); KeynoteChristos on TwitterTwitterGitHubBlogMerge ConflictFollow @JamesMontemagnoFollow @TheXamarinShowCreate a Free Account (Azure)

Duration:00:18:34

Best Practices for User Interface Automation

12/20/2018
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This week, James is joined by friend of the show Sweeky Satpathy, Software Engineer on the Mobile Customer Advisory Team, who shows how to be successful writing user interface tests for Xamarin iOS and Android applications. She walks us through how to get started and best practices of using "page-object" pattern. Sample: UITest Page -Object PatternWiki: UITest Page-Object PatternTailwinds SampleTailwinds Sample UITestsTwitterGitHubBlogMerge ConflictFollow @JamesMontemagnoFollow...

Duration:00:40:04

Debug to iOS Devices Over Wi-Fi

12/13/2018
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Follow along on this week's Xamarin Show as James shows you how to setup your iOS device to wirelessly debug from Visual Studio on your Windows PC! Show Links: Documentation: Wireless Debugging for iOSTwitterGitHubBlogMerge ConflictFollow @JamesMontemagnoFollow @TheXamarinShowUseful Links: Xamarin Developer CenterBlogXamarin and AzureMobile DevOpsXamarin University Self-Guidedhttps://aka.ms/c9-azurefree

Duration:00:05:02

How to Create and Manage Your Own Android Emulators

11/29/2018
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In this Xamarin Show we take a look at how the new simplified Android device manager works enabling you to create and edit new and existing Android emulator images. Show Links: Documentation: Android EmulatorsTwitterGitHubBlogMerge ConflictFollow @JamesMontemagnoFollow @TheXamarinShowUseful Links: Xamarin Developer CenterBlogXamarin and AzureMobile DevOpsXamarin University Self-Guidedhttps://aka.ms/c9-azurefree

Duration:00:07:16

Beautiful UI for Apps with Telerik UI for Xamarin

11/8/2018
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This week, James is joined by friend of the show Sam Basu from Progress who gives us a full run down of the latest and greatest in Tererik UI for Xamarin and Xamarin.Forms applications. We take a look at charts, graphs, calendars, datagrids, and more! Show Notes: Telerik UI for XamarinTelerik UI for Xamarin DocumentationTwitterGitHubBlogMerge ConflictFollow @JamesMontemagnoFollow @TheXamarinShow

Duration:00:23:09

Visual Studio for Mac 7.6 & 7.7 Updates!

11/1/2018
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This week, James is joined by friend of the show Jordan Matthiesen, Visual Studio for Mac program manager, who shows us all of the new and fancy features in Visual Studio for Mac. He shows off how to create and deploy Azure Functions, new IntelliSense features, faster code editing, and TFVC preview support! Visual Studio for Mac RoadmapVisual Studio for Mac Release NotesTFVC for Visual Studio for MacTwitterGitHubBlogMerge ConflictFollow @JamesMontemagnoFollow @TheXamarinShow

Duration:00:26:55

New Xamarin.Android Editor + Designer Features

10/11/2018
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This week, James is joined by friend of the show Jérémie Laval, developer on the Xamarin.Android team, who shows us all of the new and fancy features of the Xamarin.Android designer and editor. This includes a brand new property panel, support for custom fonts, new split screen mode, better intellisense, and a lot more! What's New in the Xamarin.Android DesignerUsing the Xamarin.Android Designer in Split ViewTwitterGitHubBlogMerge ConflictFollow @JamesMontemagnoFollow @TheXamarinShow

Duration:00:20:29

Conversational UI for Bots

10/4/2018
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This week, James is joined by friend of the show Sam Basu from Progress who gives us a full run down of conversational UI for bots leveraging Telerik UI for Xamarin. Sam walks us through what a bot is, how to create one, and how developers can be productive leveraging Telerik's new controls for building out conversations. Show Notes: Conversational UI from TelerikAzure Bot ServiceTwitterGitHubBlogMerge ConflictFollow @JamesMontemagnoFollow @TheXamarinShow

Duration:00:22:43

Push Notifications Made Easy with App Center

9/13/2018
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This week, James is joined by friend of the show Brandon Minnick to discuss how to easily integrate Push Notifications with App Center into Xamarin applications. He shows us from scratch how to create a brand new Android application, integrate the App Center SDK, and get push notifications coming in minutes. Try App CenterApp Center push for Xamarin.FormsApp Center push for Xamarin.iOSApp Center push for Xamarin.AndroidTwitterGitHubBlogMerge ConflictFollow @JamesMontemagnoFollow...

Duration:00:14:15

Custom Vision – Object Detection Made Easy

9/6/2018
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Following on from the Custom Vision – Machine Learning Made Easy episode, in this show Jim looks at Custom Vision object detection. The custom vision service recently has been updated to include object detection, and this allows you to train the service to detect multiple objects inside an image with their locations, instead of just being a simple classifier. Jim walks through creating an object detection model, tagging regions in images that show the objects to be detected, then he builds a...

Duration:00:19:10

Deploying & Debugging .NET iOS apps with Visual Studio 2017

8/23/2018
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Want to create iOS apps, but don't want to switch back and forth between your PC and Mac? I'll show you how you can remotely build, deploy, and debug your iOS apps, right from within Visual Studio 2017. Show Links: Developer DocumentationXamarin and AzureXamarin University Self-Guidedhttps://aka.ms/c9-azurefree

Duration:00:04:59

Creating Cloud Connected Mobile Apps with Azure Functions and Visual Studio 2017

8/23/2018
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Every app needs a back-end. Let me show you how to add back-end logic for your mobile apps in Visual Studio 2017, without having to manage infrastructure, using Azure Functions. Show Links: Developer DocumentationXamarin and AzureXamarin University Self-Guidedhttps://aka.ms/c9-azurefree

Duration:00:07:27

Creating Cloud Connected Mobile Apps with Azure Functions and Visual Studio for Mac

8/23/2018
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Every app needs a back-end. Let me show you how to add back-end logic for your mobile apps in Visual Studio for Mac, without having to manage infrastructure, using Azure Functions. Show Links: Developer DocumentationXamarin and AzureXamarin University Self-Guidedhttps://aka.ms/c9-azurefree

Duration:00:07:07

Building Your First Android & iOS App in Visual Studio 2017

8/23/2018
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Let's take a look at building your first iOS & Android app with .NET in Visual Studio 2017. We'll look at the app's structure, creating the UI, and adding some functionality in C#. Show Links: Developer DocumentationInstalling Visual Studio 2017 for Mobile Development with .NETXamarin and AzureXamarin University Self-Guidedhttps://aka.ms/c9-azurefree

Duration:00:05:03

Building Your First iOS & Android App in Visual Studio for Mac

8/23/2018
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Let's take a look at building your first iOS & Android app with .NET in Visual Studio for Mac. We'll look at the app's structure, creating the UI, and adding some functionality in C#. Show Links: Developer DocumentationInstalling Visual Studio for Mac for Mobile Development with .NETXamarin and AzureXamarin University Self-Guidedhttps://aka.ms/c9-azurefree

Duration:00:05:27

Installing Visual Studio 2017 for Mobile Development with .NET

8/23/2018
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In this video, I'll show you the steps to install Visual Studio 2017, start a new project and create a basic mobile app with .NET. Show Links: Developer DocumentationInstallation DocumentationXamarin and AzureXamarin University Self-Guidedhttps://aka.ms/c9-azurefree

Duration:00:03:43

Installing Visual Studio for Mac for Mobile Development with .NET

8/23/2018
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In this video, I'll show you the steps to install Visual Studio for Mac, start a new project and create a basic mobile app with .NET. Show Links: Developer DocumentationInstallation DocumentationXamarin and AzureXamarin University Self-Guidedhttps://aka.ms/c9-azurefree

Duration:00:02:34