Set up a hardware device for debugging and test your application running on the physical device.
- [Instructor] As our final test…for our Android application, we're gonna run it…on an actually physical hardware device,…so you truly test it and make sure…that it's working in that scenario.…Now, before you use an Android device to test,…you will need to set it up for development.…You can go out to the docs…and check out the step-by-step instructions.…So essentially getting into the developer settings…on the phone and enabling that debugging.…This works on a Mac out of the box,…but for Windows, you might need to add…some USB drivers as well.…
If I switch back over now, I've got my Android device…set up and plugged in.…If I check the options, you can see I have…a physical device now connected,…and I can set that as the target.…And then we can try debug on that device.…Now you can see mirrored on the screen…the physical device that I've got.…We've got our training room selected,…and if I tap one of those on the device,…we get back our detail page,…where we can see the room and the location for that.…We can go back, select another room,…
- Cross-platform code reuse
- Visual Studio install guidelines
- Remote Windows development
- Creating a .NET Standard library
- Testing on an Emulator
- Navigating a segue
- Provisioning and testing on a device
- Using constraints for a layout
- Creating list views and detail views
Skill Level Beginner
1. Welcome to Xamarin
2. Xamarin on Mac
3. Xamarin on Windows
4. Building a Shared Library
5. Building an Android Application
6. Building an iOS Application
7. Building a UWP Application
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