Pages form the basis for a Xamarin.Forms application. Learn the basics of the page model and how to create pages for your application.
- [Instructor] Let's go ahead and close our windows here…and go back to our shared library.…We look at that app dot xaml again.…You'll remember that I pointed out that we set…the main page property of the app…to an instance of this main page.…That main page is created over here…in the main page xaml file.…Xaml is a mark up language using xml…that defines a hierarchy of controls or objects…that creates our user interface.…It's commonly used in Windows…or universal Windows platform applications, WPF,…and it's also the mark up language for xamarin forms.…
And you can see that we have…this root level element called a content page…and we have something called a stack layout and a label…and that label is where we saw…our Welcome to Xamarin Forms message.…Now we're gonna see in later videos…some of the different pages and layout that we can use…to define our user interface…but for now, I wanna point out the structure here…where we have this xaml file…that defines the different controls…and we also have the code behind here, the cs file,…
- Creating a Xamarin.Forms solution
- Navigating between pages
- Screen layouts and controls in Xamarin.Forms
- Data binding
- Adding style to a control
- Using a Xamarin.Essentials package
- Embedding native controls in your shared forms
- Writing custom renderers
Skill Level Beginner
Xamarin Development: Authentication and Identitywith Matt Milner1h 32m Intermediate
What you should know1m 21s
2. Layout and Controls
3. Native Platform Integration
4. Native Controls and Renderers
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