A .NET Foundation User Group located in Rochester, NY focusing on teaching and learning mobile development skills.
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May 28 @ 6:30 PM EST
Roygar José Briceño Hernández
Creating Persistent Augmented Reality Experiences in Mobile Apps
Augmented reality experiences are not longer limited to a single user in his/her device. Current technology allows us today to create new persistent and multiuser experiences where there’s no need to select and place objects constantly, just focus a mobile device to a certain area and AR objects will appear. Let’s talk about AR concepts, the current state of the technology , each platform SDK and how create this type of experiences in a mobile app.
We'll cover a new way of creating Xamarin.Forms apps using Shell. Introduced with Xamarin.Forms 4.0, Shell provides an easy to use way to define screen navigation, a URI-based navigation, and provides an integrated search handler. Some experience with Xamarin.Forms is recommended.
Prism is an MVVM frameworks that gets out of the way and let you focus on what’s important, your app and your business. Here, we will be learning how to configure and begin our first steps working with this awesome framework and experience first hand how everything comes together.
Fody is a powerful tool that rewrites the IL in .NET Assemblies to reduce duplicated code, such as INotifyPropertyChanged
I don't speak German (and other languages besides English) - How I used Xamarin and Microsoft Cognitive Services to help me on my travels
In mobile applications, data is a critical matter: It always has to be available and ready for your users. We will discuss different data challenges and data types that we see when building mobile applications. Moreover, we will demo a case study, which will show how to always have all of your user's data as soon as they login into your mobile app!
The phrase "a poor carpenter blames his tools" is truly a short-sighted statement for our era and profession.
Configuring your mobile app to work with different environments
When building Xamarin.Forms applications it is common to have some requirements that stretch the capabilities of the standard Navigation Bar. In Xamarin.Forms 3.2 there are some new features that allow you to put anything in the Navigation Bar.
Meetings are held the 2nd Wednesday of every month
August 14, 2019
September 11, 2019
October 9, 2019
November 13, 2019
Anyone can join Rochester Xamarin, we strive to make all meetings accessible to everyone by providing an online attendance option.