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Playing with Xamarin Forms 3 of n

Playing with Xamarin Forms 3 of n

I'm going to talk about navigation in Xamarin.Forms. Xamarin.Forms supports multiple navigation hosts built-in: NavigationPage - where the next page slide in. A Page that manages the navigation and user-experience of a stack of other pages. TabbedPage - the one you don't like. A Page that allows navigation between children pages, using tabs. CarouselPage - that allows for switching left and right to next/prev pages. A Page allowing swipe gestures between subpages, like a gallery. On top of this, all pages also supports PushModalAsync() which just push a new page on top of the existing one. At the very end, if...

Playing with Xamarin forms 2 of n

Playing with Xamarin forms 2 of n

Understanding how elements are measured and arranged is the first step in understanding layout. I was too excited to jump in to the Master Details Page control that I would most likely use if I create a mobile application. I was curious on...

Playing with Xamarin Forms 1 of n

Playing with Xamarin Forms 1 of n

Xamarin is hot today, so is mobile development. Since Xamarin Forms is released by Xamarin for cross UI mobile platform development. I will be blogging series on my adventure learning Xamarin forms from basic to advance. This introduction already assumes that...

WPF RichTextBox Performance issues 1 of n

WPF RichTextBox Performance issues 1 of n

I’ll be sharing in a series of posts on how to improve RichTextBox performance issues. RichTextBox works out of the box if you want to use it for a small rich formatting text file. When your requirements grow to say have a...

Microsoft Roslyn is now open source!

Microsoft Roslyn is now open source!

Traditionally, compilers are black boxes -- source code goes in one end, magic happens in the middle, and object files or assemblies come out the other end. As compilers perform their magic, they build up deep understanding of the code...

Developing Apps in Windows 8 using C# and XAML e-Book

Developing Apps in Windows 8 using C# and XAML e-Book

Here is my first e-Book for everyone. I hope it helps! Download link: Steps to download. 1.) Right click -> Save link as e-Book: Developing Apps in Windows 8 using C# and XAML Visual Studio 2012 Solutions Project: Solution file for all examples in the...

Sneak peak for my first e-book

Sneak peak for my first e-book

It was a very busy year for me but here' sneak peak of my first e-book. The file should be ready for download when the New Year hits in the United States and after my flight. For the mean time, here's some...

Day 2: Handling pointer events with Windows 8

Day 2: Handling pointer events with Windows 8

In this post, we will try to learn how to handle user interaction with Windows 8. As we all know, user interaction is very important when it comes to communicating your app to the user. For example, You want your app...

Day 1 : Creating your first basic Windows Metro App

Day 1 : Creating your first basic Windows Metro App

After learning on the new introduced Lifecycle framework, WinRT APIs, new controls, and many more. You might be noticing as an existing XAML developer from Windows Presentation Foundation, Windows Phone, or Silverlight that it should be easy to transition and...

Digging inside the Metro Application Framework

Digging inside the Metro Application Framework

For existing WPF/WinForm/Silverlight Developers out there, I assume at first you would have thought that if you are an experience professional developer in this field that switching to WinRT (Metro) would be easy because the API would be the same....

Introduction to Windows 8 Metro Applications

Introduction to Windows 8 Metro Applications

Before jumping in and start developing Windows 8 Metro Apps, a developer must first know what are the new features and what can Metro UI offer to their applications so that the target application will match how the Metro UI...

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