I Get XAML, You Get XAML, Everyone Gets XAML with Xamarin.Forms

Posted by: Wallace B. McClure, on 06 Mar 2015 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

Many of you in the Microsoft .NET Framework world are familiar with XAML. XAML is an XML-based language for working with objects. It has been used extensively in developing UIs in Silverlight, Windows Presentation Foundation and is used in the Windows Runtime. Unfortunately, XAML support isn't a feature that's built into iOS or Android. With the release of the Xamarin cross-platform toolkit, Xamarin.Forms, XAML can now be used with those platforms, as well as Windows Phone. Url: http://visualstu...

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