Developing Native iOS, Android and Windows Apps In C# With Xamarin & Visual Studio 2015

James Montemagno walks you through how the Xamarin Platform enables developers to leverage their C# and .NET skills to create native mobile apps for iOS, Android, Mac, and Windows. With Xamarin, you use the same language, APIs, and data structures on every platform to build a single, shared C# codebase across all targets. Use your favorite IDE, Visual Studio, to build, design, debug, and deploy your iOS and Android applications. Xamarin features deep integration into Visual Studio 2015 with full iOS and Android designers for you to build your native user interfaces. Additionally, take advantage of existing libraries available on NuGet and the Xamarin component store to accelerate your mobile app development. Developing cross platform mobile apps requires a platform that will enable you to deliver true native mobile applications that look and feel as your end users expect. Take a tour of the Xamarin Platform and how to create your very first iOS and Android applications developed completely in C# from inside of Visual Studio. Learn how to build native user interfaces with Xamarin iOS and Android designers built into Visual Studio. Discover how to leverage Portable Class Libraries and Shared Code projects for maximum code reuse between all platforms. Visit to get started today.

To find out more information about cross device development with Visual Studio, check out this whitepaper on building mobile apps with Microsoft tools and resources, leveraging the Azure platform.

4 Replies to “Developing Native iOS, Android and Windows Apps In C# With Xamarin & Visual Studio 2015”

  1. Beatris Ivanova

    It's still surprise me just how lots of people do not know about Devomobiron Secrets (google search it) although many people get money from their first iphone & android apps creation without any programming experience at all with it. Thanks to my personal buddy who told me about it. I have start making some BIG Cash from the internet by selling my own made mobile apps.

  2. Fredrik L Lund

    You should mention that you can't use the storyboard without already having bought the product. Personally I'm not going to drop that amount of money on software without having tried it first. All Xamarin and Visual Studio did was waste my time.

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