Your Xamarin Newsletter for May 2015 (영문)
 
 
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Xamarin reaches 1 million 
developer downloads, new Visual Studio integrations, and more!

Xamarin reaches 1 million developer milestone

Since we started shipping C# for iOS and Android in July 2011, we've seen over 1 million unique developer downloads. It took an incredible community to get us to this point, and a lot of milestones along the way. See how we got here »

Build 2015 recap: Visual Studio integration, new features, & more

We had a great time at Microsoft Build 2015: we kicked things off with an incredible pre-event party, gave away three amazing developer rigs, and made several exciting releases, including expanded support for Xamarin.Forms for Windows and several new Visual Studio features, as well as the ability to install Xamarin directly from within Visual Studio 2015. Read the recap »

Deliver high quality apps with every submission

Xamarin Evangelist Mike James explains how Xamarin Test Cloud came to the rescue in his own app development process, ensuring that his apps aren’t only bug free, but also look the way a user expects them to on any device. Learn more »

Welcome the newest Xamarin MVPs

We're thrilled to announce a new group of Xamarin MVPs. Recognized for their fantastic contributions to the Xamarin community, these developers are writing great articles, books, and blog posts, speaking in public and online, sharing and building amazing libraries, helping developers online in our forums, on Twitter, Stack Overflow, and other communities, and shipping awesome apps. Meet the new MVPs »

Enhance your app monitoring with the updated Xamarin Insights

Xamarin Insights enables developers to add real-time monitoring to their apps with precise, detailed error reporting in a single line of code. Last month we announced updates to help you navigate the data collected by Xamarin Insights so you can provide even better experiences for your app users. Get started »

Enhance your app monitoring with the updated Xamarin Insights

Crédito Agrícola, one of the largest banks in Portugal, turned to Xamarin to support their enterprise banking app. From 75% code reuse to enhanced quality through Xamarin Test Cloud and Xamarin Insights, Crédito Agrícola was able to build a better cross-platform experience for their customers with Xamarin. Download the case study »

Join the Xamarin Team!

The Xamarin team is growing and we're always looking for talented, passionate people to help us shape the future of mobile. We have open jobs in London, San Francisco, Seattle, Atlanta, Dallas, and Boston, as well as remote roles. See our available positions »

 
UPCOMING EVENTS
 

Techorama
The Xamarin team and community will present several talks at Techorama in Belgium. Don’t miss Mike James, Jon Dick, and Laurent Bugnion’s sessions during the event.
May 12-13, Mechelen, Belgium »

Twilio Signal
Xamarin Developer Evangelist James Montemagno's talk at Twilio Signal will show you how to leverage the Twilio Mobile Client native SDK for iOS and Android from C# to create rich communication experiences in your apps.
May 19-20, San Francisco, CA »

Xamarin at Microsoft Argentina
Join us at the Microsoft Headquarters in Buenos Aires to learn about cross-platform mobile development with Xamarin and Visual Studio.
May 20, Buenos Aires, Argentina »

Xamarin Dev Days - Phoenix
There are still tickets available for Xamarin Dev Days in Phoenix! More than a hackathon, Xamarin Dev Days are an intense, hands-on learning experience.
May 23, Phoenix, AZ »

 
 
TIPS AND TRICKS
 

Xamarin.Forms HeatMap: Adam Wolf walks through how to add a Google Analytics style HeatMap to your Xamarin.Forms app with 100% code reuse across all platforms.

Improved Sketch Integration with PaintCode: Learn what’s new in PaintCode 2.3 and how it can help you create custom Xamarin.iOS controls. If you're a Sketch.app user you’re in for a real treat!

Generating Android Color Palettes Super Fast with Rec 22.1: Xamarin Developer Evangelist James Montemagno continues his tips for Android developers with this post detailing how you can use bitmaps to theme your apps.

Akavache is AKA Awesome: Matthew Soucoup provides an introduction to cross-platform caching with Akavache, an asynchronous, persistent key-value store created for writing .NET apps based on SQLite3.

Objective-C Categories in Xamarin.iOS: Adam Kemp discusses how and why you’d use Objective-C categories in Xamarin.iOS projects.

 
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