Afew days ago, I published a post about my journey as a mobile developer and why I am changing to native iOS development. Today, I will share my first impressions of using View Code in iOS development. To practice, I chose a design for a mobile app that I found at Dribbble and started to make an app clone. So, let's jump in and see the results!
In mid-2014, when I began my journey into mobile development, there were few options for cross-platform approaches. My journey started with Xamarin, a powerful technology that allowed me to create native applications for multiple platforms using C#. Over the years, I focused on mobile development, leaving backend development behind to dedicate myself solely to Android and iOS development. In this post, I share some of my experiences and explain why I am increasingly drawn to iOS development with Swift.
In May 2020, I hosted a live session asking, "What would you like to see in video tutorials about developing interfaces with Xamarin.Forms?" So, what happened to that initiative? That's what you'll find out in this post.
Hey folks! How are you doing? After a while, here I am writing again! But today, there won't be any technical article. Instead, I'll share with you a series of live streams I'm doing to develop a Duolingo app clone with Xamarin.Forms. Do you interested? Then read on to find out more.
Some time ago, I wrote a post called Xamarin.Forms and UI - Which tool is more productive?. In that post, I created a comparison between the main existing tools at that time to facilitate app development with Xamarin.Forms using XAML. Now, a new tool called HotReload has emerged. Let's take a look at it and compare it with the other tools, shall we?