Xamarin Newsletter for September 2014 (영문)
2014/09/04 (10:00)
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Register for iOS 8 and Android L 
live webinars, Xamarin Evolve training tickets running low, and Charles Petzold joins Xamarin!

Amazing Evolve Speakers and 

We're extremely excited about several new speakers and sessions we recently added to the 3-day Conference portion of Xamarin Evolve 2014. Come learn from incredible speakers like Charles Petzold and Jon Skeet, as well as speakers from Microsoft, Amazon, Salesforce, IBM, Couchbase, Facebook and more. Attendees will be the first to know about new Xamarin products that make mobile development even faster, easier and more fun, and will have the chance to dive deep into enterprise mobility topics, schedule one-on-one sessions with Xamarin developers, hang out in the Darwin Lounge and earn awesome prizes for mini-hacks. Get your ticket to mobile expertise now »

Training nearly sold out at Xamarin 
Evolve 2014

We are nearing capacity for the Training portion of Xamarin Evolve 2014, so register now to reserve your spot for the world's most comprehensive mobile development courses. New to Xamarin? The Fundamentals track is designed to jumpstart mobile expertise for recent additions to the Xamarin community. Interested in learning more about advanced areas of Xamarin.Forms, mobile testing, cross-platform best practices, and the nuances of iOS and Android? The Electives track is the one for you. Reserve your space now »

Android L Support Released

Android L is expected to be released this fall, with ART and more than 5,000 new APIs. In anticipation of these exciting updates, we have published support for Google's Android L Developer Preview in the Alpha channel and are introducing preliminary support for the new SDKs that Google has released, including Android Wear, Android TV, and brand new Support Libraries. We're also hosting a live webinar, "Get Ready for Android L, Wear and TV," on Tuesday, September 16 at 8am PDT/11am EDT where we'll walk you through the top new and updated APIs in the release as well as the new Android Wear and Android TV SDKs. Register now »

Petzold Joins Xamarin

We're excited to announce that renowned author Charles Petzold is joining the Xamarin team! See Charles live at Xamarin Evolve 2014 with his two sessions, XAML for Xamarin.Forms, covering the basics of XAML syntax and Xamarin.Forms is Cooler than You Think, which goes beyond the surface to explore some of the less obvious features of Xamarin.Forms. Attendees at Xamarin Evolve 2014 will also receive a preview copy his latest work in progress, Creating Mobile Apps with Xamarin.Forms Learn more about Charles Petzold at Xamarin »


CocosSharp is a cross-platform library for building 2D games, blending the power of the Cocos2D programming model with C# and the .NET Framework. To make adoption easy, we've created NuGet packages with Portable Class Libraries that are available on both Visual Studio and Xamarin Studio, allowing you to build portable class library components on top of it, or build game logic in a portable class library and reuse the code across all platforms. CocosSharp is open source, and we've created several sample apps to help you get started. View the sample apps »

64-bit support comes to iOS and Mac

Earlier this month we released a unified API with 64-bit support for iOS and Mac. Along with this update comes easier code sharing and the ability to adopt Xamarin's lightweight mobile profile. The new Unified API is available now in the Beta channel as an opt-in. Xamarin will continue to support the Classic API you are familiar with for both Mac and iOS alongside the Unified API indefinitely. We're also holding a live webinar, "Get Ready for iOS 8," on Thursday, September 11 at 8am PDT/11am EDT where we'll walk you through the top new and updated APIs in the release as well as help you get your apps iOS 8-ready. Register here »

Latest Xamarin Contest Winners

We've sent plush Xamarin monkeys around the world, so we recently ran a contest requesting that our community share pictures of where their Xamarin monkeys have been. We were overwhelmed by the creative responses, which you can see on our Facebook page. Winners, announced on the blog, received exclusive Xamarin swag packages. Keep an eye on the blog for future contest announcements. See the monkeys' adventures »

Join the Xamarin team

We're seeking smart people who are passionate about mobile and excited to jump into our fast-paced, collaborative environment. Apply to join the Xamarin family, where you'll work with talented mobile experts and enjoy excellent perks that enhance your life and well-being, including catered healthy lunch every day, dog friendly offices, and a monthly gym benefit. Check out our Facebook and Instagram profiles for a candid peek into what it's like to be a Xamarin. View our open positions »


Live Webinar: Get Ready for iOS 8
Get an overview of the top new and updated APIs in the iOS 8 release and help Xamarin developers get their apps iOS 8-ready.
Sept 11, 8am PDT/11am EDT »

Code Impact
Xamarin's Russell Fustino will be talking about using Visual Studio and C# to build native apps for iOS, Android and Windows Phone using the same User Interface code with Xamarin.Forms.
Sept 13, Jacksonville, FL »

Live Webinar: Get Ready for Android L, Wear and TV
Get a walk through of the top new and updated APIs in the release, as well as the new Android Wear and Android TV SDKs.
Sept 11, 8am PDT/11am EDT »

Falafel Con
Xamarin's own James Montemagno will be delivering sessions on code sharing with PCL, as well as iBeacons for iOS and Android. Jesse Liberty will also be speaking about developing cross-platform business applications with Xamarin.Forms.
Sept 20-21, San Francisco, CA »

Vermont Code Camp
Russell Fustino from Xamarin will be talking about using Visual Studio and C# to build native apps for iOS, Android and Windows Phone using the same User Interface code with Xamarin.Forms.
Sept 20, Burlington, VT »


Be More Social: oAuth, Facebook and Xamarin: Xamarin MVP Wally McClure takes you though integrating Xamarin.Social and the Facebook SDK into your Xamarin.Android apps on Visual Studio Magazine.

Azure Mobile Services with Offline Sync using Xamarin.Forms: Adding a backend to your app is easier than ever with AMS and their new offline sync features. Alec Tucker walks you through setting up AMS in your Xamarin.Forms applications.

Twilio Client for Xamarin: Twilio recently launched their Twilio Client component for Xamarin.iOS and Xamarin.Android and Brent Schooley walks you through integrating Twilio and VOIP into your mobile apps.

YouTube Android Player for Xamarin.Android: Xamarin's very own Nish Anil shows you how to add the native YouTube Player to your Xamarin.Android apps with a few lines of code.

Enhancing Xamarin.Forms ListView with Grouping Headers: Looking to spice up your Xamarin.Forms ListView with custom group headers to sort your data? James Montemagno gives a full overview of how to accomplish this with a few lines of code.

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