Building Xamarin.Forms Mobile Apps Using XAML

Mobile Cross-Platform XAML and Xamarin.Forms Fundamentals

  • Dan Hermes
  • Nima Mazloumi

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xxviii
  2. Dan Hermes, Nima Mazloumi
    Pages 1-41
  3. Dan Hermes, Nima Mazloumi
    Pages 43-71
  4. Dan Hermes, Nima Mazloumi
    Pages 73-117
  5. Dan Hermes, Nima Mazloumi
    Pages 119-185
  6. Dan Hermes, Nima Mazloumi
    Pages 187-218
  7. Dan Hermes, Nima Mazloumi
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  8. Dan Hermes, Nima Mazloumi
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  9. Dan Hermes, Nima Mazloumi
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  10. Dan Hermes, Nima Mazloumi
    Pages 347-415
  11. Back Matter
    Pages 417-426

About this book


Leverage Xamarin.Forms to build iOS and Android apps using a single, cross-platform approach. This book is the XAML companion to the C# guide Xamarin Mobile Application Development.

You'll begin with an overview of Xamarin.Forms, then move on to an in-depth XAML (eXtensible Application Markup Language) primer covering syntax, namespaces, markup extensions, constructors, and the XAML standard. XAML provides both the power of decoupled UI development and the direct use of Xamarin.Forms elements. Explore the core of the Xamarin.Forms mobile app UI: using layouts and FrameLayouts to position controls and views to design and build screens, formatting your UI using resource dictionaries, styles, themes and CSS, then coding user interactions with behaviors, commands, and triggers. 

You'll see how to use XAML to build sophisticated, robust cross-platform mobile apps and help your user get around your app using Xamarin.Forms navigation patterns. Building Xamarin.Forms Mobile Apps Using XAML explains how to bind UI to data models using data binding and using the MVVM pattern, and how to customize UI elements for each platform using industry-standard menus, effects, custom renderers, and native view declaration. 


Xamarin XAML Xamarin.Forms Mobile Mobile App Development C# .NET

Authors and affiliations

  • Dan Hermes
    • 1
  • Nima Mazloumi
    • 2
  1. 1.BostonUSA
  2. 2.San FranciscoUSA

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