In this second #XFQaD I am showing how to read your applications’s package identity as well as the package version using their dedicated native implementations for that task.
In this first post of my new #XfQaD series I am showing a “Quick-and-Dirty” solution to bring the UWP ProgressRing into a Xamarin.Forms project while keeping the default ActivityIndicator for all other platforms.
2017 is slowly coming to an end, which means it’s time for my traditional review of the passed year.
A common practice is bundling resource files like images or other files and ship them with the application. Apps written with Xamarin.Forms make no difference here. This post is showing a simple way to access those bundled resources/assets from within the Xamarin.Forms project.
Xamarin Forms 2.5 introduced a bug that prevents resource declaration in App.xaml like many of us are used to. This post shows a possible workaround.
In this post of my ongoing series about using MVVMLight with Xamarin Forms, I am going to show you an easy way to take control over the back button behavior that requires only a few lines of code.
In this editorial I sum up the reasons that brought me back to the iPhone as my daily driver.
In this post I am showing you how to implement an EventToCommandBehavior, which makes it very easy to get View events via Binding into a ViewModel.
In this post of my ongoing series I will show you a simple but effective way to implement navigation and modal pages in Xamarin.Forms MVVMLight applications.