|Your Xamarin Newsletter for March 2015 (영문)|
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The Xamarin team is kicking off Microsoft Build 2015 on April 28th at Jillian’s Sports Bar and Billiard Hall, right across from the Moscone Center. Join us for food and drinks, great company, awesome swag (including an exclusive new Xamarin t-shirt), and the chance to win one of three $10k mobile developer rigs. RSVP »
Xamarin Developer Evangelist James Montemagno and CTO Miguel de Icaza joined Scott Hanselman at dotnetConf, where they announced the Xamarin.Forms for Windows Preview, as well as expanded support for OSS developers that includes free Xamarin subscriptions with support for Visual Studio. Learn more »
Earlier this month we announced our Microsoft Band SDK Preview. Within 24 hours of Microsoft’s own announcement, we announced support for iOS and Android as well. Our SDK makes it easy for you to develop for the Microsoft Band, so you can get started right away. Download the SDK »
We're excited to announce our webinar, The Next 20 Million Apps, featuring Richard Marshall, Research Director of Enterprise Mobility at Gartner, and Xamarin’s Director of Enterprise Mobility, Steve Hall. Sign up now for this April 9th event, where you’ll learn how to navigate the next phase of enterprise mobility. Register now »
We've partnered with beacon-technology experts Estimote, MobStac, and BKON to help developers build context-aware apps easily. Delve into IoT today with these components, and don’t miss our latest contest featuring prizes from our great beacons partners. Get started »
We’re looking for passionate, talented people who want to shape the future of mobile. Hot jobs right now include: Developer Evangelist, Mobile App Developer, and Customer Success Engineers. We're hiring in Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas, San Francisco, Seattle, Washington, D.C., and London. View all open positions »
iTexico Webinar: The Benefits of Native Multi-Platform Development
Don’t miss Alexandre Popp, Xamarin Partner Manager, alongside iTexico’s Abhijeet Pradhan, Chief Technology Officer, as they discuss the benefits of native cross-platform development, including real world examples.
Apr 9, 9:00am PT »
Building Native Mobile Apps in C# with Xamarin.Forms & Infragistics
In this webinar, Xamarin Evangelist Mike James shows you how to use your existing XAML, C#, and Visual Studio skills to create cross-platform native mobile apps, as well as how to use Infragistics’ cross-platform native UI controls with Xamarin.Forms.
Apr 9, 8:00am PT »
Join James Montemagno in Portland, Orgeon to learn how to power C# Robots and control them with C# mobile apps.
Apr 12-14, Portland, OR »
Mobile Dev + Test
Xamarin Evangelist James Montemagno discusses device fragmentation and identifies the steps necessary to transform your development and testing teams, environment, and processes to prosper now and tomorrow.
Apr 15-18, San Diego, CA »
Developer Evangelist Mike James teams up with Senior Mobile Architect Corrado Cavalli to discuss the benefits of cross-platform development through introductory Xamarin sessions, workshops, and an overview of Xamarin.Forms.
Apr 16-17, Milan, Italy »
3 Ways Designing for the Apple Watch is Unlike Anything Else: Xamarin’s James Clancey breaks down designing for the Apple Watch in this VentureBeat article.
Introducing NGraphics: Frank Krueger introduces his latest library, NGraphics, enabling you to render vector graphics from a PCL on iOS, Android, Mac, and Windows.
Cross-Platform File I/O with PCLStorage: Xamarin Developer Evangelist Mayur Tendulkar continues his series on using Plugins for Xamarin with an introduction to PCLStorage for iOS, Android, and Windows development.
Extending Xamarin Studio with Add-ins: Adam Wolf highlights some of his favorite add-ins, and walks you through how to easily install a Xamarin Studio add-in to enhance your development experience.
Android Parallax Made Easy: Have you ever wanted to add some fancy parallax scrolling to your apps? James walks you through a few simple steps to add some flare to your Android apps.
Adding Touch ID Authentication to your iOS App: Nic takes you through a few simples steps to add Touch ID, introduced in iOS 8 with the new Local Authentication APIs, to your apps.
Official Pull To Refresh in Xamarin.Forms: Have you been waiting to integrate pull to refresh into your Xamarin.Forms ListViews? See how to easily add this new functionality, introduced in Xamarin.Forms 1.4.