Category: Xamarin.Android

Swipe to refresh your Xamarin Android app

Most apps that deal with online data have implemented a refresh mechanism. If you want to enable your users to trigger this on their own, providing a “swipe to refresh” implementation is a common and intuitive design pattern. Users… Read More

Show a custom dialog in your Xamarin Android app

Sometimes you want to show your users a dialog that contains more than just text and buttons. In those cases the pre-defined AlertDialog that come with Android will need some adjustment. Read here how to do that. First of… Read More

Add a stylish Navigation Drawer to your Xamarin.Android application

These hamburger menus do not only look neat, they also provide a great way of navigating through an application and display additional information or quick settings. Since Google itself uses them in nearly every application users expect one… Read More

Introduction to UI Tests with Xamarin

One of the things one should never say when delivering an app to a customer- “It was working fine on my device”. To avoid such embarrassment and to make sure the users see what was planned for them… Read More

How to fix Xamarin Android Player in Windows 10

If you have recently updated your PC to Windows 10 you might have noticed that our beloved Xamarin Android Player does not work anymore. Whenever we try to start it, the error message “Could not configure host-only network…. Read More

Adding Drag and Drop to your Android application with Xamarin

Since touchscreens have conquered our everyday life, drag and drop functionality accompanies us on our way through the digital world. The simplicity of this intuitive design pattern is responsible for its success story. This is why you should… Read More