Posts Tagged ‘XAML’

My experiences with Xamarin.Forms

As I have finished my first iOS app with Xamarin.Forms, I want to share my experience that I made during writing it. It sounds great. Build the code once, run it on Android, iOS and Windows Phone (8). Xamarin is using the well known PCL to achieve this goal, or a shared asset project. As […]


How to capture a photo in your Windows Phone 8.1 Runtime app – Part III: capturing and saving the photo

This is the third and last post of this series. In the first two posts I showed you how to start the preview of MediaCapture and some modifications we can apply to it. In this post, we are finally capturing and saving the photo – including the modifications we made before. The easiest way – […]


How to capture a photo in your Windows Phone 8.1 Runtime app-Part II: some common modifications

Like promised in my first post about photo capturing, I will provide some common modification scenarios when using the MediaCapture API. This is what this post is about. Choosing a camera If you read my first post, you probably remember that the MediaCapture API automatically selected the front camera of my Lumia 1020. Like often, […]


Dev Story Series (Part 5 of many): Styling a WebView or WebBrowser element

This post is about styling our WebView or WebBrowser in our app. Until now, we only got the HTML string that we are displaying in our WebView or WebBrowser. It looks like this: The content we receive from our WordPress post content includes already all kind of HTML tags like paragraphs, lists, links, images. That […]


Dev Story Series (Part 3 of many): Why I use a WebBrowser/WebView to display WordPress post content

When it comes to display the post content on a blog reader app, it starts to become a bit challenging. The post content is formatted to look great on your website. But when we pull our posts into an app, there is only the naked, HTML formatted string. As developer, you have to think about […]