With this blog post we continue the exploration of Xamarin.Forms. We'll se how to upload a picture to a RESTful service developed with ASP.NET Core. You can download the entire solution of this example here. Server side (ASP.Net Core) To create a REST service we create an ASP.NET Core Web Application project. We select .NET … Continue reading How to upload images to an ASP NET Core REST service with Xamarin.Forms
La settimana scorsa si è compiuto il quarto incontro di laboratorio di Agile@School + Xamarin all'IIS Viola/Marchesini di Rovigo. Purtroppo l'affluenza in questa lezione è stata molto bassa a causa di alcuni impegni personali di molti studenti. Hello Xamarin! Dopo un po' di lezioni propedeutiche e su altre tematiche, finalmente i ragazzi hanno messo mano … Continue reading Agile@School – quarta lezione
If you are a developer in the Microsoft environment and if you're developing desktop apps, it's likely that you've read something about Prism. If you don't then this is what Prism is about: Prism is a framework for building loosely coupled, maintainable, and testable XAML applications in WPF, Windows 10 UWP, and Xamarin Forms. (from … Continue reading WPF Prism concepts: regions
In this post we'll talk about the navigation with Prism in UWP. With navigation I mean the technique to go from one page to another of your app. The operation in UWP/XAML is tipically performed with the Frame class that's available only in the code-behind of a Page because it inherits from Frame. This way … Continue reading Prism UWP for beginners: navigation
Let's practice with Prism for UWP binding and commands.
I want to learn Prism because it may be helpful in some future projects of my company. To better understand how it works I need a target. I'd like to create a simple UWP app that displays my Twitter timeline and the local weather based on the GPS. Prism will help me to adopt the MVVM architeture and IoC/DI concepts.