Someone asked me about an issue they were having when showing a ListView that had an image for each cell. When the user would scroll the images would flicker and the UI would turn a bit slow. The images were being loaded from the internet. The problem the person was
Adding a fingerprint authentication for multiplatform projects have never been easier than with the Plugin.Fingerprint nuget package. But first… A few things to clarify about biometric/fingerprint authentication. These are implementation limitations by the technology itself and not introduced in any way by the Xamarin Forms implementation: You cannot save “the
If you are familiar with Xamarin Essentials and want to get right into the totally not clickbait list you can click right here. Xamarin Essentials provides developers with cross platform access to a plethora of commonly used features and native APIs. At the moment of writing there are 29 apis
To create a screen or page (I will use both terms interchangeably) from the code you just have to follow these four steps: Create a class named as you want your screen to be called, by convention you must end the name with Page. Make that class inherit from the
To achieve this we are going have to set the ContentLayout and Image properties from the Button we want to customize. Let’s just jump right into it. Here is the XAML Here is in C# This is pretty straight forward but I’m going to explain what we are doing. The
In the previous entry we were introduced the TapGestureRecognizer and saw an example of an image button and got a few ideas of what we could do with it. Today we are checking a practical use for it and see an implementation using a Command instead of an event handler.
On this multipart series of posts we are going to review how to extend controls using Gesture Recognizers. This post is going to focus on the Tap Gesture Recognizer and by the end we will be able to turn a static image into a “clickable” image button. Let’s get started by giving you some general information… What