James Montemagno
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James Montemagno

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Data Caching Made Simple with Monkey Cache 🐒 for .NET

Let's be honest, every application needs to store data. Sometimes it is settings, configuration, HTTP requests, or a full database. What I was recently looking to accomplish was to make a web request, cache the request locally, and have it expire after a given amount of time. There are a lot of great solutions out there for storing data, but nothing seemed to fit exactly what I was looking for with a minimal amount of dependencies. So I figured I would tweet about it: What library should I use f…

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Building an ASP.NET Core Website with Xamarin.Forms, XAML, and Ooui

You read that correct, you can now totally build websites powered by XAML leveraging Xamarin.Forms and Frank Krueger's amazing Ooui library. If you haven't heard about Ooui yet, it is an amazing lightweight cross-platform UI library that brings the simplicity of native UI development to the web. For an in-depth overview take a listen to Merge Conflict Episode 72 - Xamarin.Forms on the Web: Today, I want to show you how easy it is to get a simple website up and running using Ooui that is powered…

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Streamlined TestFlight Registration with fastlane

I think we all can agree that attempting to do beta testing on iOS is pretty terrible. You can't side load apps easily, provisioning profiles are terrible, and manually adding people to TestFlight is no fun. All I want to do is get my app in users hands! Why do I have to go through so much stress? Well you don't, because fastlane comes in to save the day just like it simplifies provisioning in Visual Studio for Mac. The issue with TestFlight So TestFlight is a bit better now that we can add 10,0…

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