I love tinkering with UI. There, I said it. Even though I’m a developer first and foremost I cannot help the fact that any mobile app UI I create has to look fancy. However most of my development work takes place in Xamarin Forms. Can those two worlds be combined?
When building an app for a customer that has an active YouTube channel you might get the requirement to embed their YouTube channel into the app. This is actually simpler then you might think. Since YouTube is a Google product you can bet your life’s savings on the fact that there’s an API for it. So let’s see how we can implement it.
After a few months of development we are proud to announce a new service for everyone interested in Xamarin and Xamarin Forms specifically! Continue reading “Out now: Snppts for Xamarin Forms!”
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”