Using VS 16.3, I created a XF iOS Single Page project. After fiddling with it for an hour or two, I finally noticed that it is a ".NET Standard" project (I for some reason expected a shared project). That's OK -- it's on me.
Is this the "standard" now (no pun...)?
The reason I created this was to get familiar with how an iOS app can start and/or give info to another iOS app through the iOS "OpenURL" call. But I was pretty frustrated when I could not easily get access to the NewApp.iOS namespace, nor include "using Foundation; using UIKit" in my "NewApp" namespace.
I think I'm understanding now why this is a a problem with the .Net Standard -- the bulk of the code is made into a "library" (a little counter-intuitive, no?). And this library gets "called" from the platform-specific code to start the App. Clever...
I'm just a little confused on how I WOULD do this -- I've seen "dependency service", but is that right? This is, after all, a solution with ONLY iOS as the target.