Xamarin Newsletter - March 2014 (영문)
2014/03/28 (10:01)
작성자 : 관리자 조회수 : 2993
Register to reserve your Xamarin Evolve tickets on April 9th instead of 10th, check out Xamarin University, and much more!

Xamarin Evolve 2014 Tickets On Sale April 10th
We're excited to announce that tickets for Xamarin Evolve 2014 will be going on sale on April 10th, 2014. But wait! If you want to be at the front of the line, sign-up here and you'll get premium access to purchase your tickets a full 24 hours before everyone else (on April 9th instead of April 10th). Learn more.Get your tickets for Xamarin Evolve 2014 on April 10th!

SAP and Xamarin Partner
SAP and Xamarin Partner
In February we announced a partnership with SAP to help developers create great native mobile applications that easily integrate enterprise data and processes. With Xamarin, SAP customers can build sophisticated mobile solutions with smooth, native user interfaces on every mobile platform. The partnership covers technical integration with the Xamarin platform and Xamarin Test Cloud, Xamarin University curriculum for SAP, and a certification program for Xamarin partners. Watch the webinar.


Microsoft BUILD
If you're coming to BUILD, you'll have several opportunities to hang out with the Xamarin team. Make sure to visit us at booth 301 or schedule time to meet with us one-on-one. We'd love to learn more about your projects and how we can help. Xamarin is throwing another massive Build party this year, this time in tandem with the Microsoft .NET team, on Wednesday, April 2 at 8:30 pm. RSVP here.

Join us next week at BUILD

Xamarin University
Xamarin UniversityWe recently announced Xamarin University, unlimited, live, online mobile development training. New classes are added on a regular basis and are taught by mobile experts in your timezone, on your schedule, and as often as you'd like for only $1,995 per year. Xamarin University also includes a limited number of one-on-one office hour sessions with Xamarin University professors to review code or offer mobile strategy guidance, and completing a set of Xamarin University classes makes you elegible to take the Xamarin Certified Developer exam. Enroll now.


Same-day iOS 7.1 and Google Wear Support
Building upon our track record of same-day support for device operation system releases, Xamarin released support for both iOS 7.1 and Google's developer preview of Android Wear. iOS 7.1 introduces Apple CarPlay and other external media player enhancements. The Android Wear SDK allows you to run the Android Wear platform in the Android emulator, connect your Android device to the emulator and view notifications from the device as cards on Android Wear, and leverage new APIs in the preview support library that enhance your app's notifications with features such as voice replies and notification pages.

Google Android Wear

Xamarin Invades Channel 9
Xamarin invades Channel 9Xamarin developer evangelist, James Montemagno, recently kicked off a four part series on Visual Studio Toolbox, a show focused on getting the most out of Visual Studio. Part 1 focused on an introduction to Xamarin and how to get started with iOS and Android development in Visual Studio. Part 2 takes it a step further to highlight how to leverage portable class libraries (PCL) to create a single assembly that is shared on all platforms. Part 3 delves into cloud-connected mobile experiences. These are a great resource for those new to Xamarin or new to PCL. Stay tuned for the final episode which will air soon.


Chant Our Mantra "Delight Developers" With Us
Xamarin is hiring in all departments and we're looking for people who are experienced and passionate about mobile development. Come join the hottest mobility company in the industry, work with the smartest mobile developers on the planet and make a difference in the future of computing.

Join us or refer somebody!
Tips and Tricks

Chris Hardy (@chrisntr) points us to the Xamarin Component for the Developer Preview of Android Wear.

Nic Wise (@fastchicken) shows how to build an iOS 7-stye date picker using code from Kraig Spear.

Mike Bluestein (@mikebluestein) demonstrates how to draw a PDF in landscape with Core Graphics.

James Montemagno (@jamesmontemagno) introduces cross-platform settings as part of his Xam.PCL.Plugins repo.


Nish Anil (@nishanil) shows how to use the Infragistics NucliOS component to build enterprise dashboards on the iPhone and iPad.

Thomas Lebrun (@thoman_lebrun) blogs about how to access a users' contacts with the Xamarin.Mobile component.

Tommy Parnell (@TerribleDev) shows how to use Admob with Xamarin.Android.

394 Pacific Ave. San Francisco, CA, 94111
  이전 : MathType: Equations in PowerPoint (영문)
  다음 : Neuxpower News - March 2014 (영문)