Snppts is back: calling all UI rockstars!

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While this is not new, we have taken a slightly different approach. I am talking about Snppts. As you can see under the link, we have launched it before and unfortunately it wasn’t a big hit. With all the new attention for good looking UIs, we thought it was time we try this again! But … Read moreSnppts is back: calling all UI rockstars!

Zooming the Android WebView in Xamarin.Forms

Zooming the Android WebView in Xamarin.Forms

Oops, I did it again… Another PR got merged into Xamarin.Forms, this time adding the ability to set op zooming on the WebView on Android. In this post, I will show you what was added and how you can use it. Everybody was WebView zooming, ha! Before this change, it was only possible to enable … Read moreZooming the Android WebView in Xamarin.Forms

Adding TitleColor to Your Picker in Xamarin.Forms

If you have always wanted to give the title of your Picker control a color, this is your lucky day! A pull request is merged that will let you do just that. It introduces a new property on the Picker control that allows you to set the TitleColor. In this post, I will show you how to use it and … Read moreAdding TitleColor to Your Picker in Xamarin.Forms

Refresh Indicator for ListView Color in Xamarin.Forms

For a project I am working on, I needed to change the color of the spinner which is shown when you pull to refresh on a ListView. To my big surprise, this isn’t available by default. So, I thought I would add it so other people could benefit as well. In this post, I will share … Read moreRefresh Indicator for ListView Color in Xamarin.Forms

TableSection TextColor for Xamarin.Forms

A new feature was merged into the Xamarin.Forms repository. This time: TextColor for the TableSection control. With this new feature, you can specify the color of the text that is used in a table section. A small feature, but each is one, right? ­čśë In this post, we will look at how the implementation is … Read moreTableSection TextColor for Xamarin.Forms

UWP MaxLines and IsPassword bugs in Xamarin.Forms

I have managed to get two PRs merged with Xamarin.Forms that squash two bugs for UWP when using Xamarin.Forms. In this post, I will give you a little insight in how the bugs could happen and how I managed to fix them. MaxLines bug First, let’s have a look at the MaxLines bug. This is … Read moreUWP MaxLines and IsPassword bugs in Xamarin.Forms

Tizen development on your Mac (Xamarin.Forms)

Tizen on your Mac (Xamarin.Forms)

For a pull request I opened on the Xamarin.Forms repository, I had implemented all supported platforms but one: Tizen. For some reason, I had tried to get Tizen up and running on a (virtual) Windows machine where I couldn’t get the emulator to work. One member of the Tizen team reminded me that you could … Read moreTizen development on your Mac (Xamarin.Forms)

MaxLines on Labels in Xamarin.Forms

MaxLines on Labels in Xamarin.Forms

Hot off the press, another PR just got merged into the Xamarin.Forms repository. This time, adding a new feature on a Label, the ability to specify MaxLines. This will be available in a near-future Xamarin.Forms version on iOS, Mac OS, Android, and UWP. Edit 21 Sep. 2018: This functionality is now available as part of Xamarin.Forms … Read moreMaxLines on Labels in Xamarin.Forms

Detecting binding errors with LogWarningsToApplicationOutput in Xamarin.Forms

In a previous blog, which can be read here, I already described how you can detect binding errors in Xamarin.Forms. As a result of that blog, I opened a pull request on the Xamarin.Forms repository to add this as a feature instead of a hack. Let me tell you about this new upcoming feature in … Read moreDetecting binding errors with LogWarningsToApplicationOutput in Xamarin.Forms

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