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Xamarin Forms Labs - Dependency Injection

Using a Dependency Injection Container in Xamarin Forms Labs

Using a dependency injection (DI) container in your Xamarin Forms app can make developing it a lot smoother and your code a lot cleaner. Inversion of control (IOC) is integral (in one form or another) to Xamarin Forms and Xamarin Forms Labs, so implementing it in a standard and recognised ways is a huge benefit. […]

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Xamarin Infinite ListView

LAC09 – A Xamarin.Forms Infinite Scrolling ListView

The last few months have been crazy busy working on ItsMonkie Solutions, whether it be website rework, defining the value proposition or outreach emails, I’ve had very little time and as such Codenutz.com and the Live App Challenge has suffered. I don’t want to bore you by writing about my work schedule here, but I […]

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LAC07: Xamarin for Android with Genymotion

One of the key parts of productive development is having the right development environment, and using Genymotion with Xamarin for Android is a fantastic. Having done a fair bit of Android work beforehand I know only too well how painful it is working with the Android emulator provided with the Android SDK. Its really slow […]

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