You won’t believe what I learned from the a16z podcast.
First; thank you to everyone that showed up to my talk on Functional Reactive Programming at AADND last week. It was great to host the Ann Arbor .NET Developers in The Forge by Pillar….the food was pretty good too.
Xamarin Forms 1.4 is a minor point release and that means there are API changes. One of the new API changes is around the ScrollView.
There are plenty of examples of create List Detail style application workflow using either UITableViewController or without using a Storyboard. Of course; I wanted to use a Storyboard and to use a UITableView
I’ll be presenting – or more so – practicing my talk Real World Functional Reactive Programming today (3/4/2015) at The Forge by Pillar A2.
Yesterday we did a quick introduction of iOS projects, their structure, ViewControllers and Storyboards.
The company I work for, Pillar Technology, announced an internal mobile app development contest last week. The contest will run for 4.5 months and award fabulous prizes but for me most the exciting part is being able to evangelize using the Xamarin platform.
1.3 is the 3rd large release of Xamarin Forms and like most software, the story for developers begins with the 3rd release. 1.3 brings a massive set of changes, features and fixes. One feature is not getting the attention it deserves: Context Actions! You can now edit lists! OMG!
A few weeks ago I was able to speak at the [Dog Food Conf] about the last few months we’ve spent developing an iOS app using Xamarin.Forms.
Here is my SQL use case:
This might be a little bit of a hack but here is how I was able to create a simple asset pipeline when using NancyFx with Super Simple View Engine.