Xamarin.Forms with Xamarin Native

Whenever one tends to go with developing Xamarin application, the first thought he might get is whether to use Xamarin Forms or Xamarin native. With Xamarin Forms, we can develop any kind of application and it’s efficient because it has easy XAML designs and immense community forums. Depending on the complexity and native functions, we sometimes choose Xamarin Native. At this time, we can merge Xamarin.Forms with Xamarin Native. It has some steps to be followed while doing...

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Explain Compile Binding in Xamarin Forms

Table of Content 1. What is Compile Binding? 2. Benefits 3. Enabling XAML Compilation 4. Use Compile Binding 5. Performance 6. Conclusion What is Compile Binding? A constructed binding is a way of informing Xamarin to do what is required and forms the type of data that the binding will use at compilation time. This indicates that Xamarin Forms will not need to employ reflection to resolve data binding at runtime. A compiled binding can be enabled...

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Animating Page Translations in Xamarin Forms

Table of Content 1. Translation 2. Smooth Translation: 3. Slow and Smooth Translation: 4. Page Translation 5. Conclusion Translation The translation is performed point-to-point. When building an app that requires animation, we need to create a view entirely in C# instead of XAML. For most simple animation sequences, we can use XAML which is what we are going to do here. First, we create MainPage.XAML in a new Xamarin.Forms project. Now,...

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How to get Element references in Angular templates?

Table of Content 1. Introduction 2. What is Angular ElementRef? 3. Getting started 4. Accessing Template Elements using ViewChild 5. Property of ElementRef 6. Using template reference variables with child components 7. How to use angular element references on a directive? 8. How to prevent XSS attack on ElementRef? 9. Conclusion Introduction Angular’s template reference variables give a useful API across which you can interconnect with DOM...

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Implement View in Xamarin form

The building block of a cross-platform mobile application is Xamarin Forms views. Views are user-interface objects like labels, buttons, and sliders that are normally called controls or widgets in alternative graphical programming environments. The views supported by Xamarin.Forms all derive from the read category. Table of Content 1. Label 2. Entry 3. Editor 4. BoxView 5. WebView 6. Button 7. ImageButton 8. SearchBar 9. ListView ...

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