Tuesday, June 24, 2014
American Academy of Neurology
201 Chicago Avenue, Minneapolis, MN
Xamarin recently released version 3 of their cross-platform mobile development products. One of the highlights of the release was Xamarin.Forms.
Xamarin.Forms allows you to build native UIs for iOS, Android and Windows Phone from a single, shared C# codebase, while still maintaining access to all of the native APIs on each platform.
We will take a look at this new framework and how it almost eliminates the need for any platform-specific code. Entire applications can be quickly assembled using pre-built UI view templates and can be easily customized using Xamarin’s implementation of the XAML user interface definition language.
Presented By Jeremy Ellis
Jeremy Ellis has been a Microsoft .NET Framework software developer since 2002 and a healthcare software developer since 2004. He has been working with mobile devices and Xamarin technology since 2011. He is a Xamarin Certified Mobile Developer (iOS and Android) and is also Microsoft certified. He is currently developing a cross-platform clinical app for the iPad and other tablet devices.