In this video, Tom Duffy builds the UI for a simple Xamarin app.
- [Speaker] Let's fire up Visual Studio to get started…building a Xamarin app.…Click on the New Project button and then…from the Multiplatform App Xamarin_Forms template…choose the Blank Form App and click Next.…I'm going to name the project, XamarinExample.…I'll change the identifier to be, how about com.tduffy…I'm going to support both Android and iOS…using a Portable Class Library,…and XAML for the user interface files.…
Let's click Next.…The Project Name and the Solution Name are fine.…Let's choose where to save this.…Maybe I'll browse to my Desktop…and create a new folder there which I'll name xamarin.…Create and then Open.…Leave the Create a project directory…within the solution directory box checked.…We won't need Version Control or a test app.…Just click Create…and we'll let Visual Studio build a project for us.…
Let's expand the App.xaml node,…and double-click on App.xaml.cs…Notice that the main page for our app…is the XamarinExample page.…Also notice that here's where you'll handle…any lifecycle events that occur in the app.…
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