Posts tagged with "xamarin"

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Xamarin and DevOps: Setting up your iOS CI

May 31, 2017 11:36

Congratulations, you’ve made it to the third post in this series on getting started with DevOps in a Xamarin project. Last time we created a Continuous Integration pipeline for Android so this time it’s iOS’ turn! A lot of things will look familiar if you followed along with the previous post but for the sake of  completeness I will include it here.

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Xamarin and DevOps: Setting up your Android CI

May 19, 2017 13:46

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!

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Xamarin and DevOps: The build agent

May 14, 2017 09:32

This is the first post in a series on getting started with DevOps in a Xamarin project. One of the cornerstones of DevOps is automating a lot of tedious work such as builds, releases and testing. With this series I hope to clarify how I go about setting up my automation processes using tools like Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS), HockeyApp and Xamarin TestCloud. First up: setting up a build agent!

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Xamarin.Forms and the Xamarin Test Recorder

June 9, 2016 22:17

One of the recent additions to the Xamarin family of products is the Xamarin Test Recorder. What this nifty little tool does is allow you to record your UI tests while you’re navigating through your app and export them into either your codebase or the Xamarin Test Cloud.

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Out now: Snppts for Xamarin Forms!

April 26, 2016 19:30

After a few months of development we are proud to announce a new service for everyone interested in Xamarin and Xamarin Forms specifically! 

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So you want to be Xamarin Certified?

April 2, 2016 00:57

Last Wednesday I completed my Xamarin University exam which means I can call myself a Xamarin Mobile Certified Developer for the next year. I had planned on writing about the experience but some other recent Xamarin news which was announced the day after has kept me busy.

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Using custom fonts in Xamarin Forms

February 15, 2016 11:36

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.