It’s that time of year again. We’re prepping for the third summer of the ISE Coding Garage! Soon Hass and I will be heading out to high schools in Iowa City to recruit at the AP Computer Science classes. This year's Coding Garage sessions will kick off on June 14th.
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A couple months ago we published a high-level checklist we use to ensure the successful release of apps to the iOS App Store.
Xamarin has gained a lot of traction in the mobile development community as a viable cross-platform solution for developing performant mobile apps. When we first started with Xamarin a few years ago, the only option was to create a platform-specific UI (Views and ViewControllers/Presenters) for each platform you wanted to bring your app to. Then Xamarin introduced Forms, a solution for simple mobile apps to be created cross-platform with a shared UI that still used native controls on each platform. As many mobile apps contain as much or more presentation logic as business logic, this makes much more sense as a cross-platform solution.