Xamarin presents new reading assignments for Mobile Developers

Xamarin presents new reading assignments for Mobile Developers

By | September 12th, 2012
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The Xamarin Developer Center has added heap of amazing new material to

their portal for the mobile developers. Ranging from cross platform to

Android and iOS it has brought in a whole new set of guides for them.


														               
							 	 						

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The Xamarin Developer Center has added a heap of amazing new material to their portal. Prepared for mobile developers, all these materials are said to be worth reading. With September running in full swing, it seems the developers have got some homework to do. The author in this Xamarin Blog list downs some of the new guides which they have got for them.

On the cross platform front it has a article named “Introduction to Mobile Development”. This article is a fantastic way to get up to speed on the foundations of mobile development, the Xamarin toolkit, and the beauty of a cross-platform approach to developing your app.

On the Android front it has a couple of articles helping the mobile developers in examining the Android Provider Pattern, providing ways to integrate existing Java code in Android application, makes the design look good on any screen size with UI modules and many other useful things. The topics handled under this module are Intro to ContentProviders, Java Integration Overview, Publishing an Application, Creating Services and Fragments & Fragments Walkthrough.

The iOS guide covers topics like In-App Purchasing, JSON Element Walkthrough and App Distribution Overview. These topics in totality covers how to use the Apple Store Kit APIs and dynamic UI generation via JSON data. They also helps in examining the various publishing and distribution methods for iOS applications.

This blog also an ever expanding library of relevant materials. They are designed to illustrate how to do a particular task in mobile development. They are quick tiny bits of drop-in code that you can inject right into your applications to add new features. And new modules are added on an almost daily basis.

The blog wraps up with some recent iOS and Android tutorials. To go through this blog and to reach out to other interesting tutorials visit here.

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