About This CourseBeginner
Think that you need to learn both Java and Swift to make cross platform apps? Well you don’t and I’m here to show you how!
Learn the basic concepts, tools, and functions that you will need to build fully functional iOS and Android apps using Xamarin and the C# language.
This course covers what others do not! The focus is strongly on how to share code between iOS and Android – not on just making single platform apps. Forget the $2000 fee at Xamarin University, get the same information here for a fraction of the cost!
Things You’ll Learn:
- Xamarin Installation
- Basic C# Programming (if you need it)
- Basic App Creation with Code Sharing Tasks, Hints and Tips
- Complex App Creation (you’ll make a magnet detector, yes a real one!)
- More Complex Apps (music player allowing you to play music from a scrolling list)
A Powerful Skill at Your Fingertips
Xamarin has over 1.5 million developers and is in BIG demand with companies. You will have the ability to market yourself uniquely as a Xamarin developer, commanding salaries of $60,000 – $120,000. You can also make your own money generating apps or hire yourself out at $60 – $150 per hour!
The possibilities are endless once you complete this course!
Content and Overview
Suitable for beginners to Xamarin, this course will give you the fundamentals of C# programming as well as mobile app development. It establishes a strong understanding of mobile concepts, whilst avoiding too much technical jargon!
Each section closes with a small exercise, helping you put your new learned skills into practical use immediately. Some are tough though, so prepare yourself for a mental workout!
Join right now, upgrade your skill set and never look back!
Credit: Promo music provided by bensound
What are the requirements?
- A Mac running OS X or a Virtual Machine running OS X
- An internet connection to download Xamarin
- Willingness to learn app development using a fantastic time saving tool (Xamarin)
What will I learn?
- Use Xamarin iOS Proficiently
- Use Xamarin Android Proficiently
- Understand How You Can Save Time with Code Sharing
Who is the target audience?
- Anyone new to mobile development or Xamarin itself
- Anyone with a little programming experience (in any language)
- Anyone who wants to make cross platform apps in one go!
Our Promise to You
By the end of this course, you will have learned how to code real world cross-platform app using Xamarin.
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Setup Xamarin On A Mac With iOS Simulators
Setup Xamarin Android Player On A Mac
Setup Xamarin On A PC With Android Player
Setup A Mac Virtual Machine Or ‘Hackintosh’ For Non Mac Owners
Introduction To The C# Language – Grasp The Basics
Variables In C#
Operators In C#
Converting Variable Types In C#
Comparing Stuff In C#
Round And Round We Go – Loops In C#
Arrays In C#
Methods In C#
Classes In C#
Inheritance In C#
Exceptions In C#
Summary Of The C# Language – Grasp The Basics
Introduction To App Number One – Convert My Cash
Create “Convert My Cash” A Currency Conversion App For iOS And Android
Adding Fancy Graphics To Your Xamarin iOS App
Connecting Code To Graphics In Your Xamarin iOS App
Adding Fancy Graphics To Your Xamarin Android App
Connecting Code To Graphics In Your Xamarin Android App
The Good Stuff – Sharing Common Code Between iOS And Android
Summary Of App Number One – Convert My Cash
Introduction To App Number Two – Magnet Detector
Create The Solution And Using Xamarin Components
Accessing The Magnetometer On An iPhone
Creating The User Interface For The iOS Metal Detector
Connecting iOS User Interface To Code
Accessing The Magnetometer On An Android Device
Creating The User Interface And Coding The Android Metal Detector
Task – Save Your Time By Abstracting Away Common Code
Solution – Save Your Time By Abstracting Away Common Code
Summary Of App Number Two – Magnet Detector
Introduction To App Number Three – Play Some Tunes
Create The Project And Grab Some Free Music
Embedding And Playing Individual Tracks On Android
Making A Scrolling List Of Songs On Android
Embedding And Playing Individual Tracks On iOS
Making A Scrolling List Of Songs On iOS
Task – Get Track Names Automatically To Populate The List
Solution – Get Track Names Automatically To Populate The List
Discussion – Should You Move Common Code Into The Shared Project?
Task – Stop 2 Tracks Playing Simultaneously
Solution – Stop 2 Tracks Playing Simultaneously
Summary Of App Number Three – Play Some Tunes
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