In this article, we will see how to install Visual Studio with Xamarin including all the Android SDKs where we can develop cross platform apps (iOS, Android, Windows) using Xamarin.Forms at once. Step 1: Go to Visual Studio site and download Visual Studio 2015 Community Edition which is free. https://www.visualstudio.com/en-us/downloads/download-visual-studio-vs.aspx Step 2: Run the installer […]

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In this article, we learn about the Data Binding in Xamarin.Forms using Portable Class Library (PCL) that works on all platforms (Android, iOS and Windows). Step 1: First, create a Xamarin.Forms project with Portable Class Library (PCL) as discussed in my previous article: Xamarin.Forms: Create Your First Xamarin App For iOS, Android, And Windows Step […]

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In this article, we learn to create a page similar to login page with controls like Input, Date Picker, Time Picker, Buttons, etc. using a common PCL project that works for all major platforms iOS, Android, and Windows. Step 1: First of all, create a cross platform project using Portable Class Library (PCL) which is […]

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In this article, we see how to add a content page in Xamarin.Forms project and add some controls with events in that content page. Step 1: Create a Xamarin.Forms project with Portable Class Library (PCL) as discussed in my previous article. http://geekishor.com/2017/07/21/xamarin-forms-create-your-first-xamarin-app-for-all-platforms-ios-android-and-windows/ Step 2: Now Right Click on the PCL project and Add > New […]

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In this article, we learn how to get started with Xamarin.Forms to create a native mobile application for all major platforms. Step 1: Create a Xamarin.Forms Project with Portable Class Library (PCL). Go to File > New Project > Visual C# > Cross -Platform > Blank App (Xamarin.Forms Portable) > Name it “HelloXamarin” and Click […]

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