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Facebook Analytics for Apps with Xamarin Forms

Facebook Analytics for Apps helps you better understand how people are using your iOS and Android apps. The Analytics for Apps shows you data, trends and charts with built-in graphs showing the actions that people take in your app, from counting app Launches, details of viewed content, searching or purchasing. This Article takes you through the steps to implement Facebook analytics in your Xamarin Forms Apps.

Facebook analytics Xamarin Forms

Posted on 25/05/2016 10:26:45 Xamarin

River Engagement App

The River Engagement App is designed to assist employers in measuring employee satisfaction on a week by week basis, River offers a complete back end reporting system to help an organsiations HR and Management teams keep track of how their people are feeling about work and take action accordingly.

Posted on 11/05/2015 10:08:10 Mobile App

SQLite.NET with Xamarin Forms, Managing The Cross Platform Code Differences on iOS, Android and Windows Phone

SQLite.NET PCL packages are available via Nuget for all three mobile operating systems, thanks to a very active open source community.

In this post I'm going to concentrate on the levels of abstraction you can apply to your code to make your code cleaner and more maintainable, in this example I am using a shared code project.

Posted on 27/03/2015 12:43:51 Xamarin

Managing the Timeout of Asyncronous Tasks in Xamarin and C#

Mobile applications have to deal with a constantly changing environment, processes can be interupted by text messages or phone calls, a signal can drop out, WiFi can disappear. An App has to be ready to deal with all of those things and still provide a useful experience to the user.

In this article I look at how you can incorporate an internet connection timeout, into standard asyncronous call signatures used in C# and Xamarin.

Async method timeout UI message on iOS using Xamarin

Posted on 10/03/2015 08:06:46 Xamarin

Code Sharing for Fast, Scalable Development

Xamarin enables you to build native iOS, Android and Windows apps upon a shared C# codebase, sharing business logic, data access, networking code and other core functionality. App interfaces are built using each platform’s native user interface APIs, exposed as C# class libraries. The result is fully native apps that share 75% of their code on average, radically accelerating cross-platform development.

Posted on 22/02/2015 17:20:37 Xamarin

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