How to use application indexing and deep Linking using Xamarin.forms?

In this blog, we will be going to discuss how to use application indexing and Deep Linking using Xamarin.Forms. Xamarin is a cross-platform language of the .NET framework. In this language, you have to create or making mobile applications. If you have created a design in Xamarin then you have to use XAML (Extensible Application Markup Language) page for creating the design. Purpose of the Application indexing and deep linking in Xamarin.Forms App indexing allows apps that will be...

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Custom Camera View in Xamarin Forms

In Xamarin forms, android and iOS both can provide prebuilt camera and media control. Using a custom camera, we can change the camera setting as our need. For creating a custom camera, we need to create a renderer for specific platforms. In this blog, we will see how to create a custom camera view in Xamarin forms. First, open a visual studio and start your application. After starting your application create a class file for custom camera view and add the below code. using...

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Customizing an Entry using EntryRenderer Class in Xamarin

Xamarin.forms code runs on multiple platforms, each with its filesystem. This means that reading and writing files on each platform are done very easily using the native file API. If you've ever worked with Xamarin.forms, you've noticed that our entry control (most commonly used control) platform looks very different between platforms (iOS and Android). What is Entry? Entry views are used to allow users to type a single line of text. This one line of text can be...

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Working with Xamarin Forms App Class

The app class is the root page of the application. It’s a default created class when we start a visual studio and create a project, then the app class can be created. App class has lifecycle methods like an OnStart, OnResume, and OnSleep and also contains the model navigation events. Table of Content 1. Properties 2. Methods 3. Events 4. Conclusion Let’s see the Lifecycle method of an Application. OnStart: This method is called when the...

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Top Five Libraries for Xamarin Development

Xamarin created Mono, Mono for Android, and Monotouch, these all are the cross-platform implementation of Common Language Infrastructure (CLI) and Common Language Specification (Microsoft .NET). Using Xamarin.Forms we can create native apps quickly for iOS, Android, Windows, and macOS and it is entirely in C#. It allows us to build mobile applications using a skill that they already have and spend less time writing code for each platform. There are lots of libraries...

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