Xamarin.Forms: Native iOS, Android & Windows apps with C# & XAML

Building cross-platform native UIs with one shared codebase was once just a dream; with Xamarin.Forms this dream is now a reality. Xamarin Developer Evangelist James Montemagno shows how to build a shared user interface completely in XAML that targets iOS, Android, and Windows all while leveraging the .NET framework to build a shared business logic backend for the apps. Additionally, you will see Xamarin.Forms additional features including built-in two-way data binding, dependency service to help you implement platform-specific code, an advanced cross-platform animation system, support for custom controls, and lots of other powerful features to help you build the best apps possible in the least amount of time. Best of all, Xamarin features deep integration with Visual Studio 2015 so you never have to leave your development environment to target all platforms. Visit to get started today.

4 Replies to “Xamarin.Forms: Native iOS, Android & Windows apps with C# & XAML”

  1. Tony Liu

    Wow, this is way too cool than i expected! I was hoping if there is more video about it? ^v^

    Oh by the way, is it ok if I can also seek your advice in this open source android app I have posted below? Just need some feedback about it…

    http :// bit. ly/2SJ8b7g

    Apologize about the url having spaces in between because Youtube don't allow me to place url or anything related to Google Play url.. they are hidden by Youtube 🙁 As such this is a shortened url to prevent this issue. Will greatly appreciate if you could remove the spaces to access this app from google play store.

    Looking-forward 🙂

  2. Abubaker Iftikhar Ali

    How Xamarin will make its market , whats the strategy to make it more reliable than AndroidStudio and Xcode .
    What i think, it would not be more reliable than the IDE's of related mobo devices?

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