Xamarin Newsletter - February 2014 (영문)
 
 
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the date for Xamarin Evolve 2014, watch a demo from the Modern Apps Roadshow, and much more!

Xamarin Evolve 2014
 
 
We're pleased to announce the dates for Xamarin Evolve 2014, our second worldwide developer conference, October 6-10 in Atlanta. This is the largest cross-platform mobile development conference of the year, and we've got big plans to build on the magic from Xamarin Evolve 2013 to create an even more incredible event. Sign up now to be the first to know when tickets go on sale.Save the date for Xamarin Evolve 2014

Wordament Spells Cross-Platform Success with Xamarin
 
 
Wordament Case Study
 
Learn how Microsoft Studios was able to expand the reach of their wildly successful Windows app, Wordament, to iOS and Android platforms using Xamarin, C#, Visual Studio and shared code. They are now able to simultaneously ship new versions on all platforms and they are able to expand to additional game titles without increasing staff.

 

See the Xamarin Demo from the Modern Apps Roadshow
 
 
If you missed our 20 city Modern Apps Roadshow with Microsoft and the .NET Rocks! guys, you can still catch the Xamarin demo virtually. Join James Montemagno, Developer Evangelist at Xamarin, on Tuesday, February 18 as he demonstrates how to take advantage of Portable Class Libraries and Azure Mobile Services to build cross-platform cloud connected iOS, Android and Windows apps in Visual Studio.

 
Modern Apps Roadshow Demo

Porting Existing .NET Apps to Four Mobile Platforms with PCL
 
 
Porting existing .NET apps
 
One of the big wins for C# developers with the announcement of the collaboration between Microsoft and Xamarin is that Portable Class Library (PCL) projects are now fully supported on both iOS and Android, making it easier than ever for C# developers to share code across devices. What this also means is that your existing .NET apps can be easily ported to mobile by moving the code that is platform agnostic to a portable class library that can be referenced from iOS, Android, Windows Phone, and Windows Store projects.

 

Generate Excel Spreadsheets in Native Mobile Apps
 
 
The FlexCel component is a powerful library that allows Excel files to be manipulated from Xamarin.iOS, Xamarin.Mac and Xamarin.Android applications. Find out how you can get the power to read and write Excel files from C# code, as well as export them to pdf, images or html, with FlexCel.Flexcel Component

Join the Xamarin Team
 
 
Join us or refer somebody!Xamarin is hiring in all departments and we're looking for people who are experienced and passionate about mobile development with Xamarin. 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.

 
 
Cool New ComponentsUpcoming Events & Webinars
 

Google Cast Preview: Stream content from your Android app to a Chromecast receiver.

DParse: Detect dates and times in raw user text input using this natural language parser.

Amazon S3: Store and retrieve any amount of data, at any time, from anywhere on the web, using Amazon S3.

FlatUI: Apply a crisp, clean, and modern UI theme to your Android app.

ModernHttpClient: Accelerate HttpClient performance in your iOS and Android apps.

Android iBeacon Service: Enable your Android app to interact with iBeacons.

Microsoft Tech Days 2014 with the Xamarin Team. Join us at booth 12 and at our two sessions:

Feb 11-13, Paris, France »

Build Cross-Platform Native Apps in a Single Codebase with Xamarin and Crosslight with Nicholas Lie, Cross-Platform Tools Lead at Intersoft Solutions, and David Hathaway, Enterprise Customer Success Engineer at Xamarin
Feb 13, 8am PST »

 

 
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