Xamarin Newsletter: iOS 7, 400K developers, new Components (영문)
 
 
2013/10/04 (09:15)
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iOS 7 and Xamarin: Ready when you are

 

 

 

Apple released iOS 7 last week and within 6 hours Xamarin released Xamarin.iOS 7, including support for new APIs such as iBeacons, UIKit Dynamics, and Textkit. We have several resources to help you make the most of iOS 7 in your apps. Check out our introduction to new iOS 7 APIs and the overview of iOS 7 user interface changes, download several samples, and watch the recording from our iOS 7 Guided Tour webinar.

In addition, Mike Bluestein will publish several blogs covering the most exciting APIs in details, starting with the Play "Find the Monkey" with iOS 7 ibeacons post.

iOS 7

 

 

 

 

Visual Studio Partner of the Year Award

 

 

 

Visual Studio

At the annual Visual Studio Industry Partner Program Summit (VSIP) earlier this summer, Microsoft honored us with the prestigious VSIP Modern Application Partner of the Year award, recognizing Xamarin's increasingly important role in making Visual Studio the IDE of choice for multi-platform mobile development.

To learn more about mobile development with Visual Studio, join Xamarin's James Clancey and Microsoft's Jim Blizzard for a joint webinar on October 22, 2013.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Synchronize with the Couchbase Component

 

 

 

The Couchbase Lite framework is now available from the Xamarin Component Store. The new component, which is compatible with Xamarin.iOS, offers a number of highly useful features, including integration with the standard iOS table view component. You can register for our Couchbase webinar to learn more, and follow Zack Gramana's 4-part series on our blog.

Couchbase

 

 

 

 

 

 

Barcode scanning with the Scandit Component

 

 

 

Scandit

With the new Scandit Component now available in the Xamarin Component Store, consumers can take advantage of Scandit's fast and accurate barcode scanning, built-in analytics, and great user experience. Register here for our upcoming webinar to find out how you can easily add enterprise-grade barcode scanning capabilities to your mobile apps.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Xamarin tops 400,000 developers!

 

 

 

We experienced tremendous growth in the past 2 years since launching Xamarin.iOS and Xamarin.Android, and are very proud to announce that we've surpassed the 400,000 developer mark. We're thrilled that our products are making app development faster and easier for so many developers around the world, and we're humbled by the breathtaking range of brilliant apps that so many of you have made with our tools.

400k Developers

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Join our team!

 

 

 

Join us!

We're looking for talented, happy people to join our team. Xamarin was recently named one of the San Francisco Business Times Best Places to Work! Visit our careers page to see all of our available openings.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Upcoming Events and Talks

Upcoming Webinars

 

 

 

Mobile Development Summit, Bangalore: Xamarin Evangelist Nish Anil will be present at MODS to meet with Xamarin's growing community in India, and you can stop by the Xamarin booth to meet him (Oct 10 - 11)

Modern Apps Live, Orlando: Developer Kevin Ford will conduct a Xamarin.Android workshop and Nick Landry is presenting a session on Xamarin.Android app development (Nov 18)

Join us at upcoming Meetups in Boston (Oct 3), Dallas (Oct 9), and New York (Oct 23).

Simplifying data-heavy apps with Couchbase: Deep dive into Couchbase Lite, Couchbase Sync Gateway, and the Xamarin Couchbase Lite Component (Oct 10) ››

Enterprise-grade barcode scanning with Scandit: Discover how to easily add enterprise-grade barcode scanning capabilities to your mobile apps (Oct 15) ››

Using and building cross-platform components with Xamarin: Learn how to use components in your own apps and how to submit your own code to the Xamarin Component Store (Oct 17) ››

Modern App Development for iOS, Android, and Windows in Visual Studio: Find out how to use Xamarin and Visual Studio to develop native cross-platform apps (Oct 22) ››

 

 

 

 

 

Tips and tricks

 

 

Xamarin developer evangelist Nish Anil published a 2-part series: Porting an Existing .NET App to iOS and Porting an Existing .NET App to Android.

For an entertaining take on mobile development, check out two new podcasts: Gone Mobile Podcast Episode 1 by Insiders Nic Wise, Greg Shackles & Jon Dick; and the unofficial Xamarin Podcast Episode 1 and Episode 2 by Chris Hardy & Pierce Boggan.

Take a look at our link roundup of great blog posts and guides, including a 3-part series by Lance Bullock on using the iOS Designer and Storyboards, how to Unit Test your iOS apps by Greg Shackles, Using the Genymotion Emulator by Jesse Liberty, and more!

 

 

 

 

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