The final day of the Build 2018 conference is here! I will tell you about the great and awesome sessions from day 3 and the final celebration in Museum of Pop Culture in Seattle!
Third article from my Build 2018 series focuses on day 2 of the conference. We will go through all the cool things from the first keynote, check out a few talks, get the best burger in Seattle and finish ourselves off with some yummy ice cream. Stay tuned!
I have come across an interesting Xamarin.Forms problem on StackOverflow which I casually called “Xamarin.Forms and the case of x:Name-killing event”.
Base64 encoding is quite often used to store binary data as strings, including images on the web. Working with Base64 is built-in to .NET so in this article we will try to decode a image and display it in a Xamarin.Forms app. Continue reading “Displaying Base64 encoded image in Xamarin.Forms”
Another year has come and with it the fourth annual on-line Microsoft Connect conference. Between 15th and 17th November you could watch the newest goodness from Microsoft for all developers on all platforms.
Two main keynotes were dedicated to intelligent cloud and building intelligent applications of the future. Let’s see what Scott Guthrie (of course in his favourite red polo shirt) and other speakers have unveiled. Continue reading “Connect(); 2017”
Visual Studio for Windows and Mac now includes Xamarin XAML Previewer, which allows you to preview your Xamarin.Forms XAML without having to launch the app. Unfortunately, there are times when your page constructor contains code that cannot be run in design mode (for example service resolution, etc.) and causes the previewer to crash. Can we easily check if the app is in preview (design) mode?