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May 21, 2015:Minneapolis, MN - Access Native SDKs in Xamarin Forms with Custom Renderers & Libraries

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Join us for our May event hosted by Graco in Northeast Minneapolis. 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

May Topic - Access Native SDKs in Xamarin Forms with Custom Renderers & Binding Libraries

When taking a native SDK for iOS and/or Android and integrating it into a Xamarin Forms project, there are a number of steps you can take to make it more natural to consume the functionality of that SDK in Xamarin Forms. A custom renderer might be your initial step, but it is often useful to extend with your own bindable property implementations. We'll talk about what this looks like and what challenges you'll encounter along the way.

Presented by Scott Colestock
Scott Colestock has been contracting independently in the Twin Cities for the last decade or so. Most recently, he's been involved in startups such as LiquidSpace and Farm Intelligence, focused on both mobile and cloud architecture. He has shipped a showcase Xamarin app or two in the past, and is currently happy to be working with the technology again with current clients.

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, May 21
6:00-6:30pm: Social time featuring good food and beverages
6:30–8:00pm: Presentation and discussion

Graco
Riverside Office Complex (ROC) Building
65 11th Ave NE Minneapolis 55413

Free Parking: Park in lot North of building. Overflow lot East of the Building.

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