Cross Platform support is one of the main strengths of Xamarin - this track groups classes which do not target a specific platform, but instead show concepts and APIs which are usable across all the three dominant mobile platforms (iOS, Android and Windows Phone). Most of the classes use Xamarin.Forms as the demonstration for this, but the concepts and ideas in these classes can be applied to native development as well.
Introduces the concepts of sharing code across platforms using PCLs and SAPs.
Examines how to integrate and consume RESTful web services in your Xamarin apps.
Examines how to integrate with and consume SOAP-based web services in Xamarin apps using WCF.
Explores utilizing SQLite to store and retrieve local data in your app efficiently.
Learn how to integrate with Xamarin.Insights to monitor your application in the world.
Walks through the process of building apps for release on the App Store, Google Play and Windows Marketplace.
Explores various architectural patterns for loosely-coupling your code including Dependency Injection, IoC and Service Locator.
Learn how to diagnose memory issues in Xamarin.iOS and Xamarin.Android