Xamarin is a cross-platform development framework—based on the Mono open source .NET platform and later acquired and open sourced by Microsoft—that uses the C# programming language. Join Tom Duffy as he explores the tools and technologies used for Xamarin
- [Instructor] Xamarin is a cross-platform…development framework based…on the Mono open source .NET platform.…And later acquired and open sourced by Microsoft.…It uses a C# programming language throughout.…Xamarin allows the developers to create native apps…for iOS, Android, Windows, Mac, and more.…It is integrated into Visual Studio,…Microsoft's best of breed…integrated development environment.…Although technically, developers can write Xamarin…code in a variety of editors, nearly all…Xamarin work is done in Visual Studio.…
One of the chief benefits of Xamarin…is the ability to separate the share…business logic of your app from its UI.…Estimates range from 70% to 90%…of code in the business logic tier…can be used across platforms.…Xamarin also provides the Xamarin Forms Package,…allowing users to develop even the UI…using C#, thus providing a single development…stack from multiple platforms.…The development process for Xamarin apps centers on C#.…
Developers use dedicated platform libraries…to create business logic for apps…
- Hybrid vs. native cross-platform apps
- Choosing an editor
- Building a Cordova app
- Building an Ionic app
- Buildin an app with the Create React Native App
- Building an app with the React Native CLI
- Building a Titanium app
- Building a Xamarin app
Skill Level Beginner
Ionic 3.0 for Mobile App Developerswith Sani Yusuf5h 43m Intermediate
React Native: Building Mobile Appswith Steven Emmerich2h 32m Intermediate
1. Intro to Cross-Platform Development
4. React Native
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