10 Developer Takeaways from Xamarin Evolve by @samidip

With the Xamarin acquisition, Microsoft has democratized cross-platform mobile development for .NET developers. At the Build conference, it was announced that Xamarin Platform is now part of the Visual Studio family. It is available completely free with most versions of Visual Studio, including the Community Edition.

So what’s next for Xamarin? That was to be unveiled at the much anticipated Xamarin Evolve conference in Orlando. Furtunately, I was able to attend. Here are the highlights – from a developer’s perspective.

Read more about 10 Developer Takeaways from Xamarin Evolve by @samidip at http://developer.telerik.com/featured/10-developer-takeaways-xamarin-evolve/

 

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