Creating iOS and Android Apps with Visual Studio and C#

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Use Visual Studio and your C#/.NET skills to get your Windows apps into iOS and Android App stores. We will talk about using Xamarin's iOS and Android platforms to use Visual Studio develop and debug your apps. Use the entire Visual Studio's ecosystem of tools like Resharper to help you get more productive when developing mobile apps.

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Ash DCosta is the founder and chief architect at Mobi Weave (http://mobiweave.com), a cloud and mobile solution provider. He has 20+ years of experience in software with Intel, i2 Technologies, IdentityMine, i3Connect and Wells Fargo.

Follow him at @softwareweaver.

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Creating iOS and Android Apps with Visual Studio and C#

  1. 1. Creating iOS andAndroid Apps withVisual Studio and C#C# on iOS and AndroidAsh DCosta@SoftwareWeaverwww.Ashvil.net
  2. 2. About me• Founder and chief architect – Mobi Weave, Inc.• 20+ years experience in software with Intel, i2Technologies, IdentityMine, i3Connect and WellsFargo
  3. 3. SharePoint on iOSMS BI on iOSApp CatalogCloud based MDM
  4. 4. iOS and AndroidDev options
  5. 5. C#Linq ★ Async ★ .NET
  6. 6. What isXamarin.iOS and Android?Platform and tools to enable C#/.NET programs onthe iOS and Android Devices
  7. 7. Dislike Objective-C or Java
  8. 8. Then you will loveXamarin.iOS and Android
  9. 9. .NET on iOS and Android
  10. 10. How does this work
  11. 11. APIComplete coverage ofApple iOS and AndroidSDKClose to .NET4.5 clientprofile (minus Windowsspecific frameworks)Mono 3.0C# with AsyncBinding API for Obj-C orJava controls
  12. 12. Memory ManagementRetain -ReleaseGarbageCollector
  13. 13. Xamarin Studio
  14. 14. Visual Studio
  15. 15. Simulator on Mac
  16. 16. Debugger
  17. 17. Settings
  18. 18. Android Designer
  19. 19. iOS Designer
  20. 20. Component Store
  21. 21. Component Store
  22. 22. And Best Docs ever
  23. 23. Demo
  24. 24. Getting Startedxamarin.com
  25. 25. Cloud apps with REST APIsusing Windows Azure, Asp.NET,ServiceStack and AngularJSMay 15, 2013 at Microsoft SF
  26. 26. Questions
  27. 27. CreditsThanks to Xamarin and the Mono teamfor an awesome productAlso thanks to Mono evangelists for images
  28. 28. Sharing CodeCross platform C# on iOS, Android, Windows, Windows Phone
  29. 29. Multi-Platform Architecture
  30. 30. Cross Platform
  31. 31. Mono(Touch|Droid).Dialog

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