The most deterrent factor for anyone trying to get Xamarin certifiedhas been the upfront cost of enrolling in to Xamarin University. It used to be $1995/developer per year paid annually, which went down to $999 late 2016. This was a whopping 50% discount which garnered interest of many potential certification candidates. But let’s be honest, a grand is still very much out of question for a young developer who might still be in college or an experienced developer who just can’t afford that upfront, specially when some of other technical certification such as Microsoft’s are much cheaper.
Sometimes in this beautiful world of cross-platform mobile development, we come across a problem that makes no sense at first. But after some StackOverflow surfing and Xamarin/MSDN research, we may find a way to tackle that problem. In some scenarios, there are multiple solutions and we have to decide which approach works best given our situation. In this post, I will demonstrate one of these problems, rather scenarios. The multi-tap monstrosity on Android when using Xamarin.Forms.
Alhamdullilah, version 2.0 is now available in Marketplace. Please update and rate (and review) it to let me know what you think. Here are the updates:
-‘My Favourites’ now available
-Added 15 new duas from Hinsul-Muslim
Assalam-o-Alaikum All, I apologize for not releasing an update for past two months. I recently got Married (August 31st) and was busy with family and events. I am back on track and working on an update that I will release soon for 7 and 7.1 (Mango) versions, Insha’Allah.
PS: Remember “US” in your Instant Duas 🙂
RAMADAN MUBARAK to All my Muslim Friends 🙂
1. Recite as much Qur’an as possible.
2. Pray like you never prayed before
3. Behave your best
4. Self discipline
5. Ramadan is medication for other 11 months, so
6. Don’t judge people
7. When you see something wrong, don’t just say ‘Istaghfirullah’ but also say ‘Oh Allah! Protect Me’