Join Jesse Dietrichson for an in-depth discussion in this video Exercise 1: Previewing the completed application, part of Xamarin Activities and Intents for Developers.
- Here I have the finished project of the grocery list application. I'd like to just run the application for you, to show what the application looks like, and what we're actually dealing with. I'm going to go ahead and click the play button to run it, and then take a look. Here is the grocery list application loaded. There are different pages that we can get to by clicking on these buttons. First, I want to click on the items button. This is going to navigate us to the items list.
So you can see right now, we have three items: milk, crackers, and apples. If I select an item, it brings me to the item details, which then displays the item's name, and how many of the item we need to pick up at the store. If we go back, we have an add item section. This allows me to add a new grocery item. For example, let's add test. I'm going to go ahead and click on this, and I'm just going to type simply test.
I'll give it an amount as well. I'll say we need six of this. And I'll hit save. Now, if I go back to my items, you can see test is now there. If I click on that, the count is also coming through. Then finally, we have an about page. The about page is really just a template, but if I click the learn more button, it actually brings us to an external web browser application, which we're actually going to look at. You can see here it's loading the xamarin website.
There you have it. So, that's the grocery list application.
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