Saturday, October 3, 2015

Xamarin iOS | Part 1 | Video Tutorials

Xamarin iOS | Developing Native iOS application in C#

Xamarin Studio provides you opportunity to use your C# skills and develop native iOS applications Xamarin Studio is now really stable for developing iOS applications targeting iPAD and iPhone. You can use your all nuget packages in Xamarin Studio where as Xamarin Studio has it's own component store having different controls, libraries and etc. 

So you are thinking where to get started? Here enlisted are very basic video tutorials which would help you get started.


1- Creating Project




In this tutorial you would learn how to create a simple project in Xamarin Studio to build application for iOS. I am using Xamarin indie version for my tutorial whereas starter version of Xamarin Studio would work as well.

2- What's Inside Project [Discovering inside project ]



This tutorial covers about project, different files that are included when you create project. A gentle introduction about storyboard and different files including ViewController . Different other files necessary for maintaining iOS application.

3- Storyboard in iOS [Developing Interface]




This tutorial discuss about developing User interface using Storyboard. How Storyboard is maintained, How can you add ViewControllers to Storyboard? How can you add different Controls. All about designing your iOS application

4- Event Handlers , Handling Clicks




 This tutorial covers Displaying buttons and creating their event handlers. It has a bit different way in Xamarin. All process has been displayed in this tutorial.


5- Simple Navigation [Without Navigation Controller]




This tutorial talks about navigation in iOS without Navigation Controller . Where as the Navigation Controller (UINavigationController) is a fundamental part of the iOS navigation story. It provides automatic navigation controls as well as screen title. It's also highly customizable. You can change the appearance, add a right button, hide it, or even add a secondary toolbar to the screen.



6- Navigation using Navigation Controller 



The Navigation Controller (UINavigationController) is a fundamental part of the iOS navigation story. It provides automatic navigation controls as well as screen title. It's also highly customizable. You can change the appearance, add a right button, hide it, or even add a secondary toolbar to the screen. This tutorial focuses on how you can add Navigation Controller to your application.

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