Creating apps take time, and in the world of technology creating applications at speed is crucial. In this course, Using the Xamarin.Forms Shell, you will learn foundational knowledge of Shell and the ability to create a Xamarin.Forms app. First, you will learn how Shell compares to the master/detail template. Next, you will dive into the Shell navigation types. Finally, you will explore how to use an icon font for scalable images on the flyout menu. When you’re finished with this course, you will know the basics of how to use Shell to quickly create a new app with Xamarin.Forms Shell.
Chris is a mobile and web developer who enjoys writing about the development experience. He is a Microsoft MVP and Xamarin Certified Mobile Developer. Chris runs the Tech Valley .NET User Group and is active with local and regional code camps.
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