What you'll learn:
- Whether you’re interested in learning Xamarin Forms, Xamarin Classic, or Azure Mobile Services, OAK has a course to help you create cross-platform mobile apps
- The Xamarin Mobile Platform lets you write code once in C# and then compile that code to run natively on Android, iOS, and Windows.
- This course also has excellent combo of Web APIs with ASP .Net. I've even made my own REST API and consumed it in my cross-platform Xamarin Forms application.
- Having C# experience will be enough
- Build Native Cross-Platform Apps with Xamarin
- Create native apps for Android, IOS and Windows using C# programming language
- Build Native Cross-Platform Apps with Xamarin Forms
- Use free tools and platforms for Xamarin Visual Studio
- Build Native Cross-Platform Apps with C# Codes
- Build user-interfaces with XAML and C# code
- Use Xamarın Forms Previewer
- Learn to get platform-specific functions with Dependency Service
- Test projects on the Xamarin Android Emulator
- Test projects on the iOS Simulator
- This course will teach you Xamarin from scratch
- You do not need to learn Java, Kotlin, Objective-C, Swift or anything of that
- If you know C# Object Oriented Programming, it will be a huge advantage for you.
- Thanks to the .NET framework, C# has many advantages over C++. C# is a refined and modernized version of C++. C++ was developed to bring object-orientation to C
- C# (pronounced see-sharp) is a general-purpose, object-oriented programming language. It was designed as a multi-paradigm programming language by Microsoft.
- Encapsulation can be used in C# to hide data and program behavior from users. With encapsulation, you can group properties, methods, and other members .
- C# is a general-purpose programming language that you can use to build a wide range of programs and applications, such as web applications, Windows applications
- As is true for many skills, you can learn C# by taking Oak Academy courses, reading documentation, and practicing coding hands-on.
- If you know xamarin, xamarin android, uwp, xamarin c#, xamarin native, c#xamarin, xamarin forms, cross platform it will be a huge advantage for you.
Welcome to the Xamarin: Build Native Cross-Platform Apps with C# Codes course.
Use your C# skills, learn to build native mobile apps with Xamarin for Android, iOS and Windows | Xamarin C# ( uwp )
Being able to develop mobile apps for multiple platforms is the quickest way a developer can boost their productivity. Whether you’re interested in learning Xamarin Forms, Xamarin Classic, or Azure Mobile Services, Udemy has a course to help you create cross-platform mobile apps more efficiently.
Writing separate versions of the same app for each major mobile platform can be a huge drain on developer resources. The Xamarin Mobile Platform lets you write code once in C# and then compile that code to run natively on Android, iOS, and Windows.
The best course is right in front of your eyes. This is the most complete course that teaches you how to build Native Cross-Platform Apps with C# Codes.
We believe building apps shouldn't be painful. That's why we created this Xamarin course.
Xamarin is a framework that allows us to create native apps for Android, IOS and Windows using C# programming language which means you only code once then the rest will be sorted as Xamarin will build your app for each platform. It is that simple.
In this Xamarin with C# codes course, we will develop cross-platform apps with Xamarin Forms. You do not need to learn Java, Kotlin, Objective-C, Swift or anything of that. Just know C#. But knowing C# Object-Oriented Programming will be a plus.
No prior knowledge is needed!
This Xamarin course starts atbeginner levelsso you don’t need to have previous knowledge except for C# experience.
In this course Free toolsand platforms used, so you don’t need to buy any tool or application.
In this course, you will learn:
Installing Visual Studio and Xamarin libraries
Creating a custom Emulator
Running project on the Emulator
Developing native mobile apps for Android, iOS and UWP
Building user-interfaces with XAML and C# code
Using Xamarin Forms Previewer
Managing NuGet packages
Creating pages and navigation between them
Adding and using elements
Designing with Layouts
TableView and Cells
ListView and data binding basic
Getting platform-specific functions with Dependency Service
Using native controls with Custom Renderers
Getting to build native cross platform apps with c# codes
Having visual studio 2019 xamarin
visual studio 2019 xamarin
c# mobile app
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By registering the course you will have lifetime access the all resources, practice videos and will be able to ask questions about related topics whenever you want.
What is C# ?
C# (pronounced see-sharp) is a general-purpose, object-oriented programming language. It was designed as a multi-paradigm programming language by Microsoft in around 2000 as part of its .NET initiative. The .NET framework and .NET applications are multi-platform applications that you can use with programming languages such as C++, C#, Visual Basic, and COBOL. C# is open-source and was designed to be simple yet modern, flexible yet powerful and versatile yet easy to learn and program with. Many programming languages in the past were designed for specific purposes. C# was developed with business and enterprise needs in mind. By providing functionality to support modern-day software development such as web applications, mobile, and response app needs, C# supports many features of modern-day programming languages. That includes generics, var types.
What are the advantages of c# over C++ ?
Thanks to the .NET framework, C# has many advantages over C++. C# is a refined and modernized version of C++. C++ was developed to bring object-orientation to C, an older but widely used language, and C++ became the de-facto language for building applications for Windows as well as infrastructure and low-level applications. Visual Basic was for business applications. What C# does is combine the rapid development capabilities of VB with the power of C++. C# also has many new data types, type-safety, to ensure you do not unknowingly reuse initialized variables. It uses a simplified syntax, a huge improvement over the complex coding often required in C++. C# also removes memory management issues thanks to .NET’s garbage collection scheme. You do not have to reference items for garbage collection; the system can reclaim that memory as required.
Why use encapsulation in C# ?
Encapsulation can be used in C# to hide data and program behavior from users. With encapsulation, you can group properties, methods, and other members so that they are treated as a single object. It is a means to prevent the user of a given class from manipulating program objects in ways that were not intended by the designer or developer. Encapsulation hides how a program operates without affecting how it works while still allowing users to service requests for functionality and add or modify internal data or methods to meet changing needs. For example, suppose you have an object called “Patient” that contains patient-related data. In that case, you can use encapsulation to provision patient-specific data to those who need it without exposing all patient data. In addition to information hiding, you can use encapsulation in C# to improve your code's reusability.
What is C# used for?
C# is a general-purpose programming language that you can use to build a wide range of programs and applications, such as web applications, Windows applications and game development. In web application development, you can build dynamic websites and apps using .NET or another open-source platform of your choice. Also, since Microsoft created C# for Microsoft, C# is a popular language for building Windows applications. There are rich resources and a vibrant C# community that can support and documentation for applications and programs specific to Microsoft platform architectures, making it easier than ever to develop applications in this space. Finally, C# is a popular language to use in game-building, especially with Unity, a game engine that runs on C++ and C#.
What is a constructor? What is a destructor?
To understand constructors and destructors, we need to understand methods. A method is a block of code that contains a series of statements. Programs run by executing methods. A constructor is a special method of a class that is automatically called whenever an instance of a given class is created. A constructor contains the instructions that execute when an object is created. Developers use it to assign specific initial values to the data members of the same class. In C#, you will get a compile-time error if you try to read from an uninitialized variable. You must first initialize your variables by giving them an initial value, which is what the constructor does. On the other hand, destructors are methods used to destroy instances of a class when they are no longer needed. Destructors are called implicitly by the garbage collector in .NET
How do I learn C#?
As is true for many skills, you can learn C# by taking Udemy courses, reading documentation, and practicing coding hands-on. There are many resources available for all of the above, including real-time compiler applications that will show you the output of your code as you type it. However, it is best to plan ahead, and you should have an outline of what you need to learn before beginning your journey. The first thing to learn about is what C# is, how and where it is used, and why it was developed. From there, you can learn about data types, variables, keywords, and functions. Once you’ve grasped the basics, you can move on to learning about conditional tests and operators, functions, arguments, object orientation, arrays, strings, classes, methods, structs, debugging, and exception handling.
Why would you want to take this course?
Our answer is simple: The quality of teaching.
When you enroll, you will feel the OAK Academy's seasoned developers' expertise.
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Student Says That:
An absolutely amazing course it was! I've got a very good idea of how to make a real-world application with the help of Xamarin Forms. This course also has an excellent combo of Web APIs with ASP. Net. I've even made my own REST API and consumed it in my cross-platform Xamarin Forms application.
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