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Xamarin with Visual Studio- Easy App Development

Now Xamarin is for free in Visual Studio, that help developers to build feature-rich mobile apps rapidly. Explore the below links to know how it helps in building a mobile app easily.

Microsoft integrates Xamarin into Visual Studio for free, will open source Xamarin runtime

Microsoft today announced that Xamarin is now available for free for every Visual Studio user. This includes all editions of Visual Studio, including the free Visual Studio Community Edition, Visual Studio Professional, and Visual Studio Enterprise.

Building iOS Apps with Xamarin and Visual Studio

When creating iOS apps, developers typically turn to the languages and IDE provided by Apple: Objective-C / Swift and Xcode. However, this isn’t the only option—you can create iOS apps using a variety of languages and frameworks.

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Xamarin for Visual Studio allows you to design incredible user interfaces for iOS and Android and develop native iOS apps on Windows without leaving Visual Studio.

Xamarin In Visual Studio Makes Mobile App Development Easy

Developing a smartphone app for your business demands a lot of resources and technical understanding. There are various frameworks and platforms available to help you build feature-rich mobile apps rapidly. And the tech giant, Microsoft has just taken the mobile app development to the next level. Adding to the developer’s aid, Microsoft first bought and…

Developers familiar with Visual Studio can leverage existing skills and increase productivity by developing for Xamarin with Visual Studio. Visual Studio support also means that applications sharing code between iOS, Android, Mac, and Windows can be developed in the same IDE. This section will introduce Xamarin Visual Studio support, and provide guidelines for developing Xamarin applications in Visual Studio

Xamarin is a mobile app development platform for building native iOS, Android, and Windows apps from a common C#/.NET code base, achieving 75% to nearly 100% code reuse between platforms. Apps written with Xamarin and C# have full access to underlying platform APIs and the ability to build native user interfaces, and compile to platform-specific packages so there is little impact on runtime performance. (Note: Xamarin also supports F#, but this documentation will focus on C# only. Visual Basic is not supported at this time.)