Windows 10 IoT Core is the smallest version of Windows 10 and is designed to help you build connected things of all sizes and types. Watch the video to get an overview of how IoT Core can help you and then read up on all the details at aka.ms/IotCore.
Adventure Works Camera is a UWP camera sample app developed for the desktop, phone, and Xbox One. It uses native UWP APIs to preview and capture frames from the camera stream. Check out the video to see how it works and then learn more at aka.ms/XboxAppDev.
This week, James is joined by friend of the show Frank Krueger, independent app developer, who shows us Continuous, a Professional C# & F# IDE for iPad, that Frank developers in F# with Xamarin. Continuous enables any developer to write full Xamarin.iOS and Xamarin.Forms applications interactively with a live REPL that is always debugging your code. Continuous works […]
Welcome to The Xamarin Show Snack Pack Edition. A Snack Pack is bite sized episode that is focused on a specific topic and covered in just a few minutes. Today, we take a look at the many ways of running iOS applications on simulators from Visual Studio and Xamarin Studio. Segments: [00:40] Debugging iOS Applications in Xamarin Studio […]
In this episode, Robert is joined by Stefan Wick, who shows how to convert a desktop app to a UWP app using the Desktop Bridge. Stefan demonstrates some of the benefits of using the Desktop Bridge, including clean install and uninstall and taking advantage of Windows 10 features including push notifications, Live Tile updates and […]
This week, James is joined by friend of the show Charles Wang, Automation Software Engineer at Microsoft, who talks to us about the importance of testing mobile applications. We focus on user interface automation with Xamarin.UITest to build out a full test suite for mobile apps all in C# from Visual Studio and Xamarin Studio for […]
The UWP Community Toolkit is a collection of helper functions, custom controls, and app services. It simplifies and demonstrates common developer tasks building UWP apps for Windows 10. To view the source code and contribute to the community, go to aka.ms/UWPCommunityToolkit. To read more details about the latest update, check out this blog post.