Xamarin Newsletter - August 2013 (영문)
 
 
2013/08/23 (14:00)
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Welcome to our August 2013 newsletter!
 
 
 
 
 
The (a)wait is Over: Async is Here
 
 
The lastest Xamarin update brings C# 5.0 with async to all of our supported platforms. We’ve even asyncified native iOS and Android APIs so that you can take advantage of async in the platform-specific areas of your apps—something no other programming language can do, which further solidifies C# as the best language for mobile development.

Check out the recording, slides and code samples from last week’s Async webinar.
 
 
 
 
Salesforce + Xamarin = Enterprise App Success
 
 
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Salesforce and Xamarin have made it even easier to put Salesforce CRM data on any device. We’ve launched a new Salesforce component in the Xamarin Component Store, which provides a fully-managed, cross-platform library to authenticate users and manipulate customer data.

To learn more about Xamarin and enterprise data integration, visit our enterprise mobility page.
 
 
 
 
Google Play Services component for Xamarin.Android
 
 
We recently released Google Play Services components for developers who are using Xamarin.Android 4.8. Google Play Services is an add-on library that allows Android developers to take advantage of the most recent features from Google such as Google Maps Android API v2, Google Play In-app Billing v3, and Google Cloud Messaging.. You can find the components in the Xamarin Component Store.
 
 
 
 
 
 
SSO Made Easy
 
 
We’re pleased to announce the first enterprise identity management component in the Xamarin Component Store from Symplified, a market-leading Identity-as-a-Service leading provider. With this new component, you can quickly and easily build, test and deploy authentication and single sign-on (SSO) capabilities in your apps and securely connect them to existing identity infrastructure such as Active Directory and LDAP. To learn more, join us for the “Authenticating Users Into Mobile Apps” webinar on August 27 at 8am Pacific.

 
 
 
 
Gartner Recognizes Xamarin as Mobile Visionary
 
We are honored to be recognized for the first time by Gartner in their newly published Gartner Magic Quadrant report for Mobile Application Development Platforms for 2013. Out of a field of hundreds of vendors, Xamarin was one of only twenty-two selected for the report, and one of only nine identified by Gartner as Visionaries in mobile application development—a nearly unprecedented accomplishment for a 2-year-old company, and as a first-time vendor in the report. Visit our enterprise mobility page to learn more.
 
 
 
 
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Join our Team
 
 
Want to go on an adventure? We’re looking for talented people who are passionate about mobile to join our team. Xamarin was recently named one of the San Francisco Business Times Best Places to Work.
 
 
 
 
Upcoming Talks
 

EastBay.NET (Aug 22): Async and C# everywhere. Craig Dunn will demonstrate why Xamarin is the best language for mobile development.

Authenticating Enterprise Users into Mobile Apps webinar (Aug 27): demo of the new mobile single sign-on SDK from Symplified now in the Xamarin Component Store.

St. Louis ALT.NET meetup (Aug 28): David Ortinau will discuss enterprise mobile development with Xamarin.

Atlanta Code Camp (Aug 24): Wally McClure and Peter Mourfield are giving presentations about cross-platform development with Xamarin.

Parse Developer Day (Sept 5): Xamarin’s Craig Dunn will be presenting "Building Mobile Apps with Parse: Tips and Tricks".

 
 
 
 
Tips and tricks
 

Jeremie Laval wrote a tutorial that describes how to use AutoLayout in Xamarin.Mac, demonstrating how to define layout constraints in C#.

The Xamarin docs team published excellent resources for Objective-C developers coming to Xamarin and C#.

Rolf Bjarne Kvinge shows you how to get nearly 4x faster build times for Xamarin.iOS apps, as part of our latest release.

Kym Phillpotts provides an excellent Xamarin Link Roundup.

View the recording and code samples from last week’s Exploring Dropbox’s new Datastore API webinar.

Microsoft published a video featuring Xamarin’s Craig Dunn showing how easy it is to integrate Xamarin apps with Azure Mobile Services.

View the recording, slides and code samples from last week’s C# Async on iOS and Android webinar.

View the recording and slides from this week’s Dashboards and Data Visualization for Mobile using Xamarin and ShinobiControls webinar.  

 
 
 
 
Xamarin offers the best solution for cross-platform mobile development and automated UI testing. Over 380,000 developers use Xamarin to build consumer and enterprise apps, and games.
 
 
 
 
 
 
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