Learn how to create and export a dependency service implementation for iOS that can indicate if the device is connected to the internet.
- [Instructor] If we ran this code on our iOS device,…now our simulator, we'd get "null" back…for our INetworkManager.…We should probably be checking for that here,…but we'll go ahead and implement…the network manager instead,…and I'm also gonna just add this await operator quickly…while we're in here, because that is an async operation.…Let's close the android and add a new file…to the iOS application, again,…we'll call it "Network Manager".…I'm gonna add a couple of using statements here…for system.net, and then SystemConfiguration.…
Let's use those,…and again, I need to add that assembly level attribute…for Xamarin.forms.Dependency,…and here, the type is gonna be for my iOS implementation.…So it'll be my HPlusSports.iOS.Network Manager.…Again, this tells the dependency service…that there is a class here called network manager,…and it should be aware of it,…because it implements INetworkManager, and therefore…should be surfaced by that dependency service,…when asked for that particular type.…
We've got our structure all set up,…
- 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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