Be More Social: oAuth, Facebook and Xamarin

Posted by: Wallace B. McClure, on 30 Jul 2014 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

It isn't breaking news that social networks are a big deal to your users. But what's the best way to add that functionality in the cross-platform development world? One of the best ways is through Xamarin, which provides a set of components that allows developers to concentrate on high-level programming and solving user problems. This article will look at some technologies available in Android -- as well as the iPhone -- to add social features to applications. It serves as a companion to my April...

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