Tag Archives: Cross Platform Development

Building your first end-to-end Cross Platform app – Part 4 – iOS App

Hello and Welcome again to the fourth part of the series.  Till now we have created Weather.Common (Building your first end-to-end Cross Platform app) and Weather.Windows Building your first end-to-end Cross Platform app – Part 2 – Windows Universal App) .  and a Weather.Android (Building your first end-to-end Cross Platform app – Part 3 – Android App) .… Read More »

Building your first end-to-end Cross Platform app – Part 3 – Android App

Hello and Welcome again to the third part of the series.  Till now we have created Weather.Common (Building your first end-to-end Cross Platform app) and Weather.Windows Building your first end-to-end Cross Platform app – Part 2 – Windows Universal App) . Now, we will be creating an android app which can run on phone and tablets, so let’s… Read More »

Building your first end-to-end Cross Platform app – Part 2 – Windows Universal App

Hello and Welcome again to the second part of the series. In the Part 1, Building your first end-to-end Cross Platform app , we have learned the building the Core  Till now we have created Weather.Common, from a blank Visual Studio 2015 solution. Now ,we will be creating windows 10 universal app which can run on phone, tablets… Read More »

How to Play Audio using MediaPlayer using Xamarin in Visual Studio

In the previous post (Audio Recording using MediaRecorder using Xamarin in Visual Studio),  we have seen how to record an audio. In this post we are going to see how to play audio using Xamarin. The Simplest way to play audio in android is using the inbuilt MediaPlayer class. Lets create the User interface for the App. Add a button in the Main.axml file,… Read More »

How To Start Building Android App using Xamarin in Visual Studio 2013 ?

Xamarin is a cross platform mobile application development with C# as shared codebase, developers can create  native iOS, Android, and Windows apps using Xamarin tools. In this blog we will see how to write a simple Andriod Application using Xamarin in Visual Studio 2013. Before start building your application, you need to install Xamarin.Android in your development machine.