We will be streaming on: twitch.tv/clancey/
Event Page: www.meetup.com/Rzeszow-NET-Mobile-Xamarin-Meetup/events/267728446/
As a developer, we always tend to stay up to date. While mobile apps becoming the trend of the business nowadays, Xamarin plays a huge role in developing mobile apps for various mobile technologies.
This session is all about Xamarin with its latest features and support for Prism and Firebase push notifications. This meetup will entirely be hands-on lab and hence the below prerequisites are a must. In this meet up, you will get to learn about the following.
• Prism with Xamarin.Forms
• Set up the FCM push notifications
• Configuration of the Firebase Notification service in Xamarin.Forms application
• 9:30 AM to 10:00 AM – Registration
• 10.00 AM to 11.00 PM – Prism with Xamarin Forms - @Harikrishnan
• 11.15 PM to 01.30 PM – Set up and configure FCM push notifications in Xamarin Forms - HOL - @AnbuMani27
Microsoft Corporation India Pvt. Ltd.
Prestige Polygon, 471, 2nd Floor,
Anna Salai, Rathna Nagar,
Teynampet, 600035 · Chennai
Date & Time:-
December 28, 2019
09:30 AM to 01:30 PM (IST)
Platform dependent code can be a live saver with Xamarin Forms to tweak your design. But this means that you'll need to be fluent in that area too... So let's think outside the box and try to tackle several common UI problems Xamarin Forms devs face with only minimal use of Custom Renderers. Tips on handling custom toolbar items, page titles, FAB buttons, popups and more...
More details at our Meetup Page: www.meetup.com/Rzeszow-NET-Mobile-Xamarin-Meetup/events/266487310/
I'm pleased to announce yet another Xamarin Warsaw Mobile Developers meetup! This time we will be learning about creating apps for Tizen devices using Xamarin.
Join us: meetup.com/XamarinWarsawMobileDevelopers/events/266447376 - sorry for providing link in such form, but I can't yet post direct links
3rd December, 2019, Warsaw, Poland
Warsaw Spire, plac Europejski 1
1️⃣ 18:00 - 18:30 | Introduction to Tizen | Seoghyun Kang (Shawn)
What Tizen is and Tizen .Net with Xamarin? Lecture will introduce Tizen features and diverse Tizen profiles including Wearable, TV, and IoT. We will share various tips for developing Tizen .Net app with Xamarin.
Seoghyun Kang (Shawn) is a software architect and engineer at Samsung Electronics. He has been involved in development projects from the old black-and-white terminals to the recent smart devices (Mobile, Wearable and TV) and IoT devices. He also has been responsible for various developer events for Tizen .Net with Xamarin, such as Samsung Developer Conference and Xamarin Summit.
2️⃣ 18:30 - 19:00 | Live Coding: Wearable App Development | Boyeon Son (Christina)
Live coding presentation on developing a Heart Rate Monitor app for Galaxy Active II using Tizen .Net with Xamarin. You will be surprised to see how easy it is!
Boyeon Son (Christina) is a software engineer at Samsung Electronics. Boyeon has an academic background and work experience in Systems Design Engineering, Human-Computer Interaction, and User Experience Design. She will be presenting a live demo on developing a Heart Rate Monitor application for Galaxy Active. Boyeon is excited to visit Poland for the first time and looking forward to meeting all of you at Xamarin Meetup 2019!
🍕 19:00 - 19:30 | Break 🍕
3️⃣ 19:30 - 20:00 | Mobile to Wearable communication protocol – SAP | Piotr Szydełko
Samsung Accessory Protocol (SAP) allows you to exchange data between accessory devices (a watch) and smartphone. In this session we will show how to use SAP API to extend an Android application with a companion application. This way the user can control selected aspects of the mobile application from the watch.
Piotr Szydełko has been working with Tizen API for over 7 years and was involved in the development of Xamarin.Forms.Platform.Tizen enabling Tizen support for Xamarin.Forms.
4️⃣ 20:00 - 20:30 | Xamarin application development on Samsung TV | Jakub Sobczuk
On the lecture we will present TV oriented features of Tizen .Net API. Next, demonstrate how to build Xamarin.Forms application for Samsung TV devices and how to configure environment in order to deploy application on Samsung TV.
Jakub is software engineer responsible for Xamarin application development on Tizen ecosystem (TV, Wearable, IoT).
place yet to be decided
Tuxtla Gutierrez, Chiapas, Mexico
Join us for our November event sponsored and hosted by ILM Professional Services. This is a FREE event and a great opportunity for networking and the latest insights in mobile development.
RSVP Here: Minnesota Enterprise Mobile on Meetup
November Topic - Tips and Tricks to Boost Performance in Your Xamarin Apps
It's one thing for software to work correctly, and quite another for it to work quickly. Ideally we want both, right? Xamarin, Xamarin.Forms, and Mono are all marketed as tools that can bring native performance with a shared codebase. As with any language, library, or framework though, we have to be careful -- just because something is native doesn't mean that everything you write with it is automatically fast!
In this talk, we'll dig in to some of the internals of .NET and Xamarin.Forms that you're probably using with every project and considering "good enough", not knowing that a few minor tweaks here and there could be giving your app the little speed kick your users crave. Additionally, we'll discuss why each of the tricks we talks about could give you better results. You'll walk away with a handful of common patterns you can apply to score some easy wins, and some of them will even work for non-mobile projects!
Presented by Alan Grgic
Alan Grgic has written C# applications in some form or fashion for the past decade and Xamarin apps for about half that time. A Xamarin.Forms contributor and Pythonista, Alan has also dabbled extensively in all of your favorite front-end JS buzzwords of the month, including excaliburjs, a game engine he collaborates on with other MN local devs. When not writing code, he enjoys partaking in his monolithic board game collection and a good scotch.
About the Group
Led by local developers, the Minnesota Enterprise Mobile User Group is a place to come together to share knowledge, experiences, and lessons learned with the development community regarding enterprise mobile development, with a focus on mobile cross-platform application development and the Xamarin toolset. Our goal is to cover all areas of the Enterprise Mobile landscape.
Thursday, November 21st
5:30 - 6:00 PM - Social time featuring good food and beverages
6:00 - ~7:30 PM - Presentation and Discussion
ILM Professional Services
5221 Viking Drive
Edina, MN 55435
Free on-site parking is available.
This meeting is hosted and sponsored by ILM Professional Services.
Do custom renderers in Xamarin.Forms make you shudder? Does even the thought of having to delve into device-specific code make you cringe?! Never fear, SkiaSharp is here!
When I got started with my first custom designed control I went the most difficult path possible: custom renderers… augmenting native iOS and Android elements. Sure, when there’s a simple solution that a custom renderer can fix, go for it! But never again will I choose that route when I’m faced with controls which have precise requirements in design, animation, and experience (three things that SkiaSharp delivers well).
We’ll take a look into some of the basics of SkiaSharp and build a small control that demonstrates the power behind this awesome library.
Speaker: Lance King
RSVP Here: DFW Mobile .NET
Mark your calendars, James Montemagno (Principal Program Manager, Mobile Developer Tools at Microsoft) will join our Meetup! The contents will follow soon, but be sure to expect some interesting insights about all the good stuff that's new or coming to Xamarin! This is your chance to ask questions as well!
18:00 Doors open & Dinner
19:00 - 21:00 Details will follow soon
The fourth installment of the Expert Day picks up where the Xamarin Dev Days left off. One day, two tracks, lots of international speakers (including keynotes by James Montemagno and Sandra Kriemann), and lots of in-depth Xamarin knowledge. Come and join us for a day of Xamarin fun at the Microsoft office in Cologne!