James Montemagno
James Montemagno

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James Montemagno

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Multi-Targeting: Where Did My Files Go? Fixing .NET Core 2.1 SDK Issues

I love multi-targeting for creating libraries, and it is at the core of all of my plugins and Xamarin.Essentials. If you don't know what multi-targeting is don't worry as it is pretty rare that you would need to use it if you are creating apps. Most likely you will want to use multi-targeting in creating cross-platform libraries. In the past you would have to create multiple libraries for each target framework (such as iOS or Android) that you wanted to support if there was platform specific cod…

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Xamarin.Forms: Filtering a ListView with a Bindable Picker

In this edition of "Ask Motz", I will solve a very common problem when working with lists of data and how to filter them. I was recently asked how to do this completely with MVVM and data bindings without having any code behind in the page. @JamesMontemagno hi I had a bindable pucker with All,Open and Close as a items which is binding using MVVM pattern with Itemsource property.But I want to filter the list view based on the bindable picker view selection changed.may I know how i know…

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Xamarin.Forms - Icons in Navigation Toolbar

A somewhat common scenario for mobile apps is to place an icon in the center of the Navigation Toolbar. While I am not sure if this is really best practice in 2018 there still seems to be a lot of demand to do this. What if I was to tell you that this is actually pretty easy to do and for iOS it is built directly into Xamarin.Forms with no need for a custom renderer?Let's take the default "Master/Detail" template for Xamarin.Forms in Visual Studio. It has a few tabs and an about page that has th…

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