The October Xamarin Best Practices Challenge
This is the official repository for the October Xamarin Challenge. More details about the announcement can be found on the blog post.
Below is a Work-in-progress Table of Contents (ToC). Feel free to (1) submit a Pull Request with changes of your own to the ToC, or (2) reach out to me via Twitter (@ClaudioASanchez), if you are not sure.
Table of Contents
Setting up your project
- Anatomy of the Visual Studio Solution
- How to
- Design Time Data
- Consuming Web services
- Using local data in a mobile app
- Offline Data
- Synchronization with backend
Using Phone Capabilities
Continuous Integration/Continuous Delivery
- UI Testing Basics
- App Center Test
- Advanced Topics
API Best Practices
How Do I sign up for this?
Reserve a spot by submitting an issue on the repo, as shown on the image below. Please make sure you have the following fields: Title, Author Name, Twitter Handle, Date, and Abstract.
Once reviewed and approved (by labeling it approved) we will update the Table of Content with your topic, as well as updating the Calendar.
|4||Signing & Versioning iOS & Android Apps||James Montemagno and Abel Wang|
|5||Release made easy with Appcenter||Raul Montero|
|6||Crashing gracefully and reporting like a pro with AppCenter||Enmanuel Toribio|
|9||Start analyzing your mobile app with App Center and Application Insights||via Microsoft Docs|
|10||Xamarin.Forms Design Time Data Tips & Tricks||James Montemagno|
|13||Getting Started with Microsoft App Center||Trevor Tirrell|
|20||Best Practices for Automated UI Testing of Xamarin-based Apps||Sweeky Satpathy|
|23||Keep your Xamarin app up to date with SignalR||Mark Allibone|
|24||Analytics Best Practices for iOS & Android||Saamer Mansoor|
|25||App Store publication via App Center||Abel Wang|
|27||Authentication using Microsoft App Center||Trevor Tirrell|
|29||Unit testing: The way I test my ViewModels||Miguel Angel Martin Hrdez|
|30||Roll out features with the click of a button with Feature Flags||Claudio Sanchez|