Xamarin.Forms 101: Accessibility using Automation Properties | The Xamarin Show

Posted on Posted in Accessibility, Android, devtools, iOS, Xamarin.forms, xamarin.forms 101, XAML

Let’s take a step back in a new mini-series that I like to call Xamarin.Forms 101. In each episode we will walk through a basic building block of Xamarin.Forms to help you build awesome cross-platform iOS, Android, and Windows applications in .NET. This week we take a look at how to make your Xamarin.Forms apps more accessible using Automation […]

Introducing the Diagnostics Client Library for .NET Core | On .NET

Posted on Posted in .NET, aft-net, aspnet, Coding, Debugging, Debugging .Net Production, Developer Tools, devtools, Diagnostics

In this episode, we’re joined by Software Engineer Sung Yoon Whang from the .NET Runtime team. He’s here to talk to us about the diagnostics client .NET Core. Using the library, you can communicate with CoreCLR to gather diagnostics dumps from your running application. [01:31] – What is the library for? [03:26] – Creating a […]

Consuming GraphQL in C# | On .NET

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In this episode, Brandon show us how to consume a GraphQL endpoint from a C# client, specifically an iOS + Android written in C# using Xamarin. Learn more: https://codetraveler.io/DotNetGraphQL [02:17] – Querying a GraphQL endpoint [06:59] – Viewing the results in a Xamarin app [09:58] – Alternative programming models [11:00] – Follow up resources Useful […]

Uno Platform Part 2 | Visual Studio Toolbox

Posted on Posted in Coding, devtools, Mobile

In this episode, Robert is joined by Martin Zikmund, who continues exploring the Uno Platform. Last week, Martin introduced us to Uno. This week, he shows a number of interesting demos, including Uno Calculator, which is based on the open sourced Windows 10 Calculator, and Hot Reload working in the browser!. He also explains more […]

Xamarin.Forms 101: Control Templates | The Xamarin Show

Posted on Posted in Android, devtools, iOS, UWP apps, Xamarin.forms, xamarin.forms 101, XAML

Let’s take a step back in a new mini-series that I like to call Xamarin.Forms 101. In each episode we will walk through a basic building block of Xamarin.Forms to help you build awesome cross-platform iOS, Android, and Windows applications in .NET. This week we take a look at building the theme of your XAML app to be […]

Xamarin.Forms 101: Entries and Editors | The Xamarin Show

Posted on Posted in Android, devtools, iOS, UWP apps, Xamarin.forms, xamarin.forms 101, XAML

Let’s take a step back in a new mini-series that I like to call Xamarin.Forms 101. In each episode we will walk through a basic building block of Xamarin.Forms to help you build awesome cross-platform iOS, Android, and Windows applications in .NET. This week we take a look at how to effectively use the Entry control and the […]

Running F# in WebAssembly with Bolero | On .NET

Posted on Posted in .NET, .NET Core, aft-net, asp .net, Developer Tools, devtools, F#, Frameworks, Web applications

In this episode, you will learn how to run F# code in WebAssembly in the browser using an open source framework called Bolero. [01:13] – What is the goal of WebAssembly? [04:46] – Introducing Bolero [08:14] – How F# executes in the browser? [15:03] – Supported Bolero programming models [27:55] – Learning more about Bolero […]