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agosto 2016 Blog Posts

Get Syncfusion's mobile controls with Visual Studio Dev Essentials

A few months ago, Microsoft announced Dev Essentials, a program that allows developers to get a number of tools to build high-quality applications at no cost. In fact, Dev Essentials includes Visual Studio 2015 Community, Visual Studio Team Services, and Visual Studio Code. Among the others, if you subscribe for Dev Essentials you will also get Syncfusion's Essential Studio for Xamarin and for UWP for free! This is an incredible opportunity: as a Microsoft and Xamarin partner, Syncfusion produces amazing and easy-to-use controls that will let you be more productive than ever and will give you an option to create beautiful,...

posted @ mercoledì 24 agosto 2016 13:20 | Feedback (0) | Filed Under [ Visual Studio 2015 ]

Xamarin: use MacInCloud to compile apps for iOS with Visual Studio 2015

As you know, Xamarin allows you to build mobile apps for different platforms: Android, Windows, and iOS by using either Xamarin Studio or Visual Studio 2015. While for Android and Windows you have more freedom, with iOS you necessarily need a Mac (with XCode installed) to compile an app. And, notice "to compile". This is because of some Apple policies. If you need to develop apps for iOS but you do not own a Mac, you can use a paid service called MacInCloud. This company basically allows you to rent a Mac that you reach via remote desktop. You simply need...

posted @ venerdì 19 agosto 2016 13:07 | Feedback (0) | Filed Under [ Xamarin ]

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