18 November 2014

Developing iOS & Android Apps built up with Visual Studio

A partnership between Xamarin and Microsoft has been announced so as to facilitate the building up of the local platform mobile applications which run on Android, IOS and Windows. Developers now can, owing to this partnership, build mobile applications with Visual Studio. They will be receiving training and learning under the guidance of professionals in Xamarin University. Advanced support will be provided to developers who are working in C Languange and Visual Studio.

Xamarin is a software company based in San Francisco, California and has developed high performance technologies which will enable the creation of native applications with device-specific experiences. It is also one of the VS2013 SimShim partners and will be launching the integrated version of their tools on the same day as Windows is set to launch Visual Studio.

The following points describe the primary aspects of the agreement that has come to be as a result of the Xamarin-Microsoft partnership:

Xamarin will collaborate with the team o Microsoft professionals to help better integration of their technology into MS developer tools and services.

Xamarin University, which has been launched only recently, is to be made available for free for a specified number of MSDN subscribers.

A special pricing on Xamarin subscriptions will be made available for MSDN subscribers.

Microsoft Portable Class Libraries, which were initially restricted to Windows, are now included in Xamarin, and the restrictions have been lifted.

Xamarin University has designed the online school's training courses to include support and learning material so that developers can be taught to create a fully native cross platform mobile applications for IOS and Android.



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