James Montemagno
James Montemagno

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James Montemagno

Live, Love, Bike, and Code.


Podcast Equipment, Accessories, Setup, and Recording Guide

In case you didn't know I co-host some pretty excellent podcasts (if I do say so myself) that you should totally subscribe to. Including Merge Conflict where I talk code and tech with the one and only Frank Krueger and then there is Coffeehouse Blunder where I chat with my good friend and Chess IM Daniel Rensch about chess, coffee, and life. On top of that I even recently started a podcast network where we have started on-boarding some excellent podcasts like The V Spot, an amazing vegan podcast…

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Push Notification Options for Mobile Apps

My good friend Andrew and I recently had a Twitter conversation on what is the best route to take when implementing push notifications in your mobile applications. If you do a quick search there are a lot of options out there and it can be tricky to figure out the best route to take, but having implemented push notifications in several applications I can tell you there are really only two options you need to consider. How Push Notifications Work The reason push notifications are complicated is b…

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New Plugin for Xamarin & Multi-Target Templates for Visual Studio 2017

It is 2018 and I am all in on Multi-Target projects for building libraries and plugins. I love them so much that I convinced Frank to record a full episode of Merge Conflict on why this whole thing is so absolutely amazing. I have slowly been converting all of my plugins over to mutli-targeted projects, which has reduced some of the solutions from 15 project down to 1!!! (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); There is a bit of tiny setup required for multi-targeting and for it t…

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Getting Started with Xamarin and Xamarin.Forms Q&A

Every day when I open my inbox or look on GitHub there is always a question or ten for me to answer. I recently got a nice long email from Clifton with a lot of questions and I thought that instead of emailing him back directly that I should write up a blog post with all of my answers for the world to enjoy and add some common questions I get all the time. Clifton wrote in and said he is investigating cross-platform development with Xamarin and Xamarin.Forms as it is one unified application plat…

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