Category Archives: xamarin
After integrating HockeyApp into our Xamarin Forms Application, it’s time to publish a first beta to our testers using HockeyApp. Here is a step by step guide what to do.
With Visual Studio Team Services you could host your GIT repository online in Microsofts Cloud. This makes it easy to share code between Visual Studio and Xamarin Studio. As you cannot use your username within Xamarin Studios GIT client because you cannot use the @-sign from your email address, here is short information about how […]
While developing Xamarin Forms application and watching trainings from Xamarin University, some tips and best practices are mentioned so I write them down here as a reminder for myself (and maybe as a starting point for you).
HockeyApp is quite popular, mainly for collection crash reports, but also helpful for distribution, user feedback etc. To add it into your Xamarin Forms Application, I found video Integrating HockeyApp to Xamarin Forms by Houssem Dellai very helpful. Also How to integrate HockeyApp with Xamarin on HockeyApp Support is helpful but it’s not especially about […]
Suddenly Android Emulator does not work on my Xamarin Forms Project anymore. Don’t know why, but Xamarin only says “Starting Android_Accelerate_x86”, Android Emulator pops up but stays black and nothing happens….
Both iOS and Android expect app logos in different sizes, starting from 29×29. Of course you could manually create all the icons, but it’s more convenient to do it with a script. Xamarin.Forms Kickstarter is an excellent starting point for lots of different examples, e.g. Layouting, Web Access, Geolocation and lots more. There is also […]
Sometimes when I download a sample and want to run it in Xamarin Studio using iOS Debugger I got the following error message: Error: No installed provisioning profiles match the installed iOS signing identities
The following plugins are quite helpful. Currently most of the plugins are used in sessions from Xamarin University or from Xamarin Forms Kickstarter but the list will be updated whenever something helpful comes along my way.