Who has mobile device? iOS, Android Who has moved from one to the other? Experience is the same on both, apps exist in both places
Native, but in shared language Thin Wrappers around native SDKs – UIViewController. Activity As fast as native, feature parity easy, 70% shared code
Storyboards and Android XML SAME as on native Recources can be copied from native apps
Yup – VS on Mac Any developer, any platform
Demo apps included in /Demos/ folder, but feel free to use your own app to demo Xamarin.iOS and Xamarin.Android!
70% reuse is great, but need more But we still want native
Up to 90-95% code sharing
Native API access Effects Custom renderers
That’s why we’ve created Microsoft Learn. With Microsoft Learn, you can master core concepts at your speed and on your schedule. Whether you’ve got 15 minutes or an hour, you can develop practical skills through interactive training.
It’s easy to follow and you’re able to select the trainings that are most helpful to you based on your role and current skill level.
You’ll have access to training materials, code samples and test drive products for a hands-on learning experience.
Better yet, you’ll get all this at absolutely no cost to you. You’ll even be recognized for advancing your skills along the way and have the option of preparing for role-based certifications.
No shared code • Many languages and development environments • Multiple teams
iOS C# UI Windows C# UIAndroid C# UI
Shared C# Logic
Shared C# codebase • 100% native API access • High performance
3 Native User Interfaces
Shared App Logic
iOS C# Windows C#Android C#
Shared C# Logic
Everything you can do
in Objective-C, Swift, Java or Kotlin
can be done in C# with Xamarin