Speaker: James Montemagno

Beautiful Controls for Xamarin.Forms with Syncfusion

This week, James is joined by friend of the show Aaron Melamed, Product Solutions Specialist at Syncfusion. Aaron walks us how Essential Studio for Xamarin enabled developers to take advantage of beautiful cross-platform controls in their Xamarin apps. Aaron shows off some of the latest and greatest controls that Syncfusion has to offer including their […]

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Prism Template Studio & Developer Toolkit for Visual Studio for Mac with Dan Siegel

This week, James is joined once again by friend of the show Dan Siegel, Microsoft MVP, who shows off his latest creation, Prism Template Studio & Developer Toolkit for Visual Studio for Mac. This toolkit has great quick-start templates when using Prim for applications, but also has a bunch of great developer productivity features such […]

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Snack Pack: Simplified iOS Provisioning in Visual Studio with fastlane

Welcome to The Xamarin Show Snack Pack Edition. A Snack Pack is bite sized episode that is focused on a specific topic and covered in just a few minutes. In this Snack Pack we take a look at how the new simplified iOS device and app provisioning works inside of Visual Studio. Show Links: Introduction to […]

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Snack Pack: Xamarin.Essentials – Cross-Platform APIs for Mobile Apps

Welcome to The Xamarin Show Snack Pack Edition. A Snack Pack is bite sized episode that is focused on a specific topic and covered in just a few minutes. In this Snack Pack we take a look at Xamarin.Essentials, a powerful cross-platform library that provides a clean and lightweight API to access common features on mobile […]

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Mobile Chest X-Ray Analysis, a Microsoft Garage Project

Disclaimer: This sample code is intended for research and development use only. The sample code is not intended for use in clinical diagnosis or clinical decision-making or for any other clinical use and the performance of the sample code for clinical use has not been established. Mobile Chest X-Ray Analysis, a Microsoft Garage project, a […]

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Microsoft Build 2018: Seattle Coffee

Seattle is a city nestled on the far top left corner of the United States. If lucky, this city sees about two months of sunshine a year. What does one do with such a vitamin D deficiency? Coffee. Let Bryan and coffee aficionado, James, take you around to some of Seattle’s favorite places to get […]

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Microsoft Build 2018: Seattle Sights

Make sure to see all the great sights around Seattle when you’re here for Microsoft Build. Let James and Christina take you around to some of their favorites. Pike Place Market85 Pike Street #500, Seattle, WA 98101 Gum Wall1428 Post Alley, Seattle, WA 98101 Seattle Art Museum1300 1st Ave, Seattle, WA 98101 Don’t miss out […]

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Azure Active Directory B2C Authentication For Mobile with Matthew Soucoup

This week, James is joined yet again by friend of the show Sr Cloud Developer Advocate Matt Soucoup, who shows us how to take the pain out of adding user accounts to your apps with Azure AD B2C. He tells us what that acronym stands for, walks us through the Azure portal to setup an […]

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Building the New MSN News App with Xamarin

This week James is joined by MSN News team members Matt Perzel and Sleiman Vierira to discuss how they built he new MSN News application from the group up using Xamarin. We discuss architecture, Xamarin and Xamarin.Forms, their DevOps pipeline, and how you can get your hands on it today. Show Links: Get the MSN […]

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User Interface Automation with App Center Test

This week, James is joined by friend of the show James White, who shows us how to improve the quality of your apps through automated testing, testing on real devices in the cloud, and discuss how existing Xamarin Test Cloud users can get started immediately using App Center. Show Links: Visual Studio App Center Getting […]

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Drawing Apps to Life with Ink to Code

This week, James is joined by friend of the show George Matthews, manager at the Microsoft Garage, who shows us the amazing Garage Intern project: Ink to Code. George shows us how Ink to Code enables developers and designers to brainstorm and draw their wire frames and export code directly into Visual Studio for UWP and Android […]

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SmartHotel360 Demo App Mobile Apps

This is the third of a five part series where Robert is joined by various technical experts to review the SmartHotel360 demo app, which was used in the keynotes at Connect() last November and is available on GitHub. In this episode, James Montemagno shows us the hotel’s mobile and desktop apps, built using Xamarin, that […]

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