Spicing up your Xamarin app with Lottie animations

Lottie Animations

For a new version of the Have I Been Pwned app (read more on that here) I finally found myself a chance to use Lottie for the first time. With Lottie you can load awesome animations into your app in a matter of minutes! The sample code associated with this post can be found here: https://github.com/jfversluis/LottieSample … Read more Spicing up your Xamarin app with Lottie animations

Creating flight-mode safe Xamarin apps with Akavache

Using Akavache to create flight-mode safe apps featured image

In this post we will be looking at a library called Akavache by Paul Betts. This library lets you store key/value paired data easily. You can store any arbitrary data like user settings, but it can also be used to store cached data that will expire over time. We will see what Akavache does and how we can … Read more Creating flight-mode safe Xamarin apps with Akavache

Less repetitive code to reach REST APIs for your Xamarin.Forms app with Refit

In follow-up of my previous post about PropertyChanged.Fody, this time we will look at Refit (link). Just like implementing the INotifyPropertyChanged interface, writing code to communicate with your REST backend can produce a lot of duplicated code. Each request looks very similar and follows the same pattern; do a request to endpoint X and retrieve … Read more Less repetitive code to reach REST APIs for your Xamarin.Forms app with Refit

Xamarin.Forms: from zero to hero – part 2

Hercules - From zero to hero

Sohbet konularına karşı olan ilgim de epeyce yüksektir. İlgimin bu kadar zonguldak escort yüksek olmasından ötürü gelen konuşkan escort Masöz tavırlarımda yer alan bir erkeğe kendimi en kaliteli şekilde sunabilir, duygularımı da aynı kaliteli tavırlarımla bir arada gösterebilirim. Daha da ötesinde bu kaliteli olan ilişki anlayışlarımı da sizlere en kaliteli şekilde taşıyabilecek o seksi kadın … Read more Xamarin.Forms: from zero to hero – part 2