If you have read motz.codes then you know I love [http://motzcod.es/post/59125989518/mvxuirefreshcontrol-for-mvvmcross], love [http://motzcod.es/post/82102717747/xamarinandroid-swiperefreshlayout-for-mvvmcross] , love [http://motzcod.es/post/103224921992/pullswipe-to-refresh-for-xamarinforms-android] , love [http://motzcod.es/post/87917979362/pull-to-refresh-for-xamarinforms-ios] , love [http://motzcod.es/post/113280718807/official-pull-to-refresh-in-xamarinforms-140] pull to refresh! In face t…James Montemagno
Pull To Refresh
I can not lie when I say I LOVE pull to refresh in apps. Just search my blog and you will see tons of posts on how to implement it in Android, iOS, MVVMCross, and of course my crazy custom implementations for Xamarin.Forms. While those were nice custom renderers that provided a simple API, we finally have something official from Jason and the Xamarin.Forms team in 1.4.0 [http://forums.xamarin.com/discussion/35451/], which released this week. The API looks strikingly familiar: I couldn’t expla…James Montemagno
Update Xamarin.Forms now includes Pull To Refesh out of the box. Please read my article on it. It is true that I absolutely love cross platform settings [http://motzcod.es/post/102974754207/an-improved-cross-platform-settings-library-for-ios] for mobile applications built with Xamarin. However, there is something that I love even more… Pull To Refresh! It all started over year ago when I blogged about how to add a UIRefreshControl to MVVMCross iOS apps [http://motzcod.es/post/59125989518/mv…James Montemagno
Implementing MvxTableViews and MvxCollectionViews are extremely simple. From
binding to accessory or cell clicks, to implementing advanced logic for custom
cells they just plain work in MvvmCross [http://mvvmcross.wordpress.com/].
However, today I ran into one issue that needed to be solved, an Mvx binding for