This is the second post in a series on getting started with DevOps in a Xamarin project. In this post we will be looking at automating the build process which gives you the advantages of improving your code quality, takes away tedious tasks and compiles a history of builds and releases in order to investigate issues. So let’s get started with the Android side of things!
Xamarin Forms is a great platform for quickly making multi-platform mobile apps. Xamarin markets it as a platform that isn’t quite suited for creating complex UIs but that doesn’t necessarily have to be the case. When it comes to branding your app using a custom font can go a long way. The problem that arises is that both Android and iOS handle custom fonts in a fundamentally different way. So let’s find a way that works the same way for both shall we? Continue reading “Using custom fonts in Xamarin Forms”