Speaker: James Quick

Quick Dev: Xamarin for Everyone: The Latest News and Updates since Build 2016 and Xamarin Evolve 2016

Quick Dev: Xamarin for Everyone: The Latest News and Updates since Build 2016 and Xamarin Evolve 2016

Xamarin allows developers to deliver native Android, iOS, and Windows apps, using existing skills, teams, and code. Join James Quick and Gavin Bauman as they review some of the latest news and updates to Xamarin since Build 2016 and the Xamarin Evolve 2016 conference. Follow the conversation @msdev Become a Fan @ facebook.com/MSFTDev Subscribe to […]

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Quick Dev: Building Hosted Web Apps on Android, iOS and Windows with manifoldJS

Quick Dev: Building Hosted Web Apps on Android, iOS and Windows with manifoldJS

Hosted Web Apps bring the best of the web to store apps with minimal effort. They are a great way to reach more users with the experience you’ve already built. And when you update your web experience, your users get the same update in hosted web apps too. The hard thing about hosted apps was […]

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Quick Dev: Developing on a Mac for C# Developers

Quick Dev: Developing on a Mac for C# Developers

In this Quick Dev edition, Shahed Chowdhuri and James Quick show us how you can develop with C# on a Mac. We’ll cover Visual Studio Code and Game Development, Web App development using ASP.NET, and cross-platform iOS and Android mobile application development using Xamarin  —  so buckle up and tune in for this demo intensive episode! […]

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Quick Dev: How to use Visual Studio Code Extensions in your Game Development

Quick Dev: How to use Visual Studio Code Extensions in your Game Development

Tobiah Zarlez and James Quick show us how to get started using Visual Studio Code as well as how to use some extensions for game development in Unity. [0:45] Project overview [1:40] DEMO: Get Started with Visual Studio Code and how to use and create your own extensions. Follow the conversation @msdev Become a Fan […]

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Quick Dev: Debugging using VorlonJS

Quick Dev: Debugging using VorlonJS

Dave Voyles joins James Quick to show us how we can easily use VorlonJS to remotely debug websites and test our JavaScript. [1:30] Project overview [2:15] DEMO: Debugging with VorlonJS Follow the conversation @msdev Become a Fan @ facebook.com/MSFTDev Subscribe to our podcast via iTunes, Windows Phone Marketplace or RSS If you’re interested in learning […]

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Quick Dev: How to Setup a Parse Server with Azure Managed Services

Quick Dev: How to Setup a Parse Server with Azure Managed Services

Amanda Lange joins James Quick for this edition of Quick Dev and in today’s episode they show us how we can setup a Parse Server with Azure Managed Services. Parse Server on Azure Managed Services, is an easy way for Parse developers to continue their work and concentrate on what they love to do, write […]

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(Part 5) Quick Dev: How to Create Awesome Demos using AutoHotKey and Visual Studio Productivity Power Tools

(Part 5) Quick Dev: How to Create Awesome Demos using AutoHotKey and Visual Studio Productivity Power Tools

Looking for some quick and easy ways to make your demos more functional and easier to replicate? Then look no further because we have a great show lined up for you today! Join James Quick and Brian Sherwin as they show us how to create awesome demos using AutoHotKey a free, open source macro-creation and […]

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(Part 4) Quick Dev: How to use Xamarin to Build iOS, Android and Windows mobile applications

In Part 4 of our special series on Xamarin, James Quick walks us through the authentication process when working with the Azure Mobile Apps service while using Xamarin forms. [0:52] Project overview [1:09] DEMO: Authentication and Azure Mobile Apps Follow the conversation @msdev Become a Fan @ facebook.com/MSFTDev Subscribe to our podcast via iTunes, Windows […]

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(Part 3) Quick Dev: How to use Xamarin to Build iOS, Android and Windows mobile applications

In Part 3 of our special series on Xamarin, James Quick shows us how to add data to power our app. For our backend, he’ll use Azure Mobile Apps – a service that packages common services to mobile applications like data, authentication, push notifications, etc. – and then he’ll create a simple “ToDoItem” table that […]

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(Part 2) Quick Dev: How to use Xamarin to Build iOS, Android and Windows mobile applications

In Part 2 of our special series on Xamarin, James Quick dives back into Xamarin Forms and shows us how to interact with a REST API, how to connect to it and then add platform (iOS, Android, Windows) specific code for additional fun features (a)   [0:05] Rest APIs and project overview [1:20] DEMO: Connecting to […]

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(Part 1) Quick Dev: How to use Xamarin to Build iOS, Android and Windows mobile applications

James Quick kicks off his brand new series today – Quick Dev – which is dedicated to saving you the developer, time.  In Part 1 he shows us how to get started with Xamarin – a simple and intuitive way to build native apps for multiple platforms like iOS, Android and Windows  in C#. [2:00] […]

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