I am happy to announce that one of my very first app, that started out as a weekend project and got a lot of love from its users, is now available in all major platforms as a free app.
Code snippets are a hidden gem in Visual Studio that most of us do not pay much attention to. Utilizing them correctly can increase productivity when we have a lot to code. In Visual Studio, code snippets are available for multiple programming languages e.g. C#, F#, XML, HTML, CSS, Python, etc. They are extremely useful when we have a bunch of boiler plate code for our properties, constructors, bindable properties, etc.
Code snippets can be a huge topic, but in this post, I will list some of the XAML and C# code snippets useful when developing Xamarin.Forms mobile applications.
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In this post, we will learn how to create a card view with child views using custom layouts. Creating a custom card unifies the experience for the user, gives us more control on the design of the app and speeds up the cross-platform UI/UX workflows. It is easy to get a simple, yet flexible, card introduced in your app.
On my last project, I wanted to design one of the screens to look like Google Newsstand’s swiping tabs that were also scrollable and had an image between the ActionBar and the tabs.
I did not find any simple and useful solution to this that I could easily follow and implement in my app. So I created my own. Here’s how it looks like.