Can someone educate me on the proper way of using vector graphics instead of PNGs, please? I've read bunch of articles and searched. Honestly.
The app is compatible with Android 4.4 to the latest. Currently my images are PNG files and stored in Resources/Drawable-mdpi ... /hdpi ... /xhdp ... etc. I reference an image either in the xml layout file
widget.SetCompoundDrawablesWithIntrinsicBounds(null, null, Android.Support.V4.Content.ContextCompat.GetDrawable(Context, Resource.Drawable.ic_close_temp_24dp), null);
My goal is to get rid of all these images and density folders and replace it with vector graphics. I am not sure how to ensure that the app is still compatible with Android 4.4 and all the way up? Do I put all the xml files (vectors) in the /drawable folder and delete all the other density specific folders? Do I keep refering to the drawable the same exact way as now - in xml or programmatically?
Will a reference like this
Button.SetBackgroundResource(Resource.Drawable.SomeImage) not work becasue it does not use the support library?
I am sorry if this is a trivial question, but I honestly could not find a definitive and up-to-date guide how to do it in Xamarin. Thank yo very much.