Xamarin Geek

Registration URL:https://goo.gl/jXuvDE Description : Xamarin Geek event is part of XMonkeys360 Community. This event mainly focus on sharing knowledge of Xamarin and what is going on in Technology. As we know these days Mobile phone become need of our daily life.so, in this XamarinGeek we explore about mobile app development with Xamarin Forms. Also we discussed about Code sharing approach, Testing, UI, DevOps, AppCenter, and Xamarin with Azure. Our Focus…

Microsoft Local Build 2018 at Chennai

Registration URL: https://goo.gl/Xs6GxR Description : We are very Excited to host an event on ‘Microsoft Build Local Event’ 2018 at Chennai, India Microsoft Build Conference is an opportunity for Microsoft to unveil its latest technological advances and vision for the future. The firm takes advantage of the event to make available to developers the latest developments in its tools and platforms: .Net, Xamarin, Azure, Visual Studio, Windows, Microsoft 365, AI,…

Xamarin.Forms – Calendar Control in Syncfusion

Introduction In this article, you will learn about using Syncfusion Calendar Control in Xamarin.Forms. These features are not included by default in Xamarin.Forms controls. So, we need to install separate NuGet Packages. Nuget Packages Package Name : “Syncfusion.Xamarin.SfCalendar” Overview of Syncfusion.Xamarin. SfCalendar The Calendar control provides a multi-view representation to display and select one or more dates within specified ranges. It also provides a gesture-friendly UI to perform operations like…

Create Your Own Android Camera App

Let’s Start, Step 1 : Open Visual Studio->New Project->Templates->Visual C#->Android->Blank app.Then Give project name and project location. Step 2 : Open Solution Explorer-> Project Name->Resources->Layout->Main.axml. Click Open Design View. Step 3 : Go to Tool bar, select button and ImageView. Drag and drop Main.xaml design view. Step 4 : Go to Solution Explorer-> Project Name. Right click to Add->Class, followed by opening new Dialog box. This dialog box is required…

Create Android INSERT, SELECT, UPDATE and DELETE, Using SQLite Database

What is SQLite? SQLite Database has methods to insert, select, update and delete, execute SQL commands, and perform other common database management tasks. More details>> Let’s start. Step 1: Open Visual Studio->New Project->Templates->Visual C#->Android->Blank App.Then, give Project Name and Project Location. Step 2: Next, go to Solution Explorer-> Project Name-> References. Right click to Manage NuGet Packages and open a new Dialog box. In this dialog box, search for SQLite.…

Create Android Card Flip Animation Using Gesture Event -II

Let’s start, First, we create a gesture event. Refer to part one, Xamarin Android: Create Android Card Flip Animation Using Gesture Event-Part One Step 1: We already created the project and did some pages. Here, we create a card backend page and animation XML file. Step 2: Create Card_Back.axml page. Go to Solution Explorer-> Project Name-> Resources-> Layout. Right click to Add-> New Item and open the new dialog box.…

Create Android Card Flip Animation Using Gesture Event – I

Let’s start, Step 1: Open Visual Studio->New Project->Templates->Visual C#->Android->Blank App,then Give the Project Name and Project Location. Step 2: Next to Create Card_Front.axml page, go to Solution Explorer-> Project Name->Resources->Layout. Right click to Add-> New Item, open new Dialog box. Step 3: This dialog box is required to select Android Layout and give the Name for Card_Front.axml. Step 4: Open Solution Explorer-> Project Name-> Resources-> Layout-> Main.axml. Click to open…

Creating CollapsingToolbarLayout, NestedScrollView, and CardView in Android

Let’s start, Step 1: Open Visual Studio->New Project->Templates->Visual C#->Android->Blank App.Then Give Project Name and Project Location. Step 2: Go to Solution Explorer-> Project Name-> Components. Right click to Get More Components, open new dialog box. This dialog box is required to search the CardView, add the Android Support Library V7 CardView Packages. Step 3: Go to Solution Explorer-> Project Name-> Components, right click to Get More Components, open new dialog box.…