I use a PC with
Windows 10 64-bit, and would like to install
Visual Studio Community Edition and use
Xamarin.Forms to develop mobile Apps for
When I start the
VS Setup, mark
C#/.NET (Xamarin v4.2.1) under
Cross Platform Mobile Development, other marks are automatically set under
Common Tools and Software Development Kits.
For example, why is
Android Native Development Kit (R10E, 32 bits) selected? Why not the
64 bits version, or even why not
What for is that
NDK and do I have to install it? On what does it depend to choose
32 bits or
64 bits, and on what does it depend to choose
Android SKD is intalled, not further information is provided. What is this about, do I need it?
Further, wouldn't it be sufficient enough to select the latest
Android SKD Setup (API Level 23)? Why is
API Level 19 and 21 selected and
API Level 23, but not
API Level 22?
Java SE Development Kit (7.0.550.13 is selected. I do already have the latest
Java 1.8 SDK 64-bit installed on my PC. If I deselect the
Java SE 7.0.550.13, all checkmarks are suddenly deselected.
So I would like to install
Xamarin.Forms but have no clue what the
VS Setup is installing as default for me.
Further, after the
VS Setup is finished, do I need to do some additional configurations in
I would like to make a proper installation and configuration of
Xamarin.Forms, to be able to develop
Xamarin.Forms Apps for