Open Source/Developing cross-platform apps with c# using Xamarin


Developing cross-platform apps with c# using Xamarin Certification Training Course Overview

Enroll for the 5-day Developing cross-platform apps with c# using Xamarin Training course from Koenig Solutions.  The Xamarin platform offers a compelling option for building cross-platform mobile applications. 

Through a blend of hands-on labs and interactive lectures, you will learn about Xamarin platform and design and build well-architected mobile applications that follow modern design principles and patterns.

Target Audience:

Developers with previous C# programming experience will gain the ability to build a single application that can target iOS, Android, and Windows-based devices.

Learning Objectives:

After completing this course, you will be able to:

  • Understand the pros and cons of different cross-platform mobile development options
  • Learn about the architecture of Xamarin-based applications
  • Gain experience with different code sharing techniques including dependency injection
  • Build an application with a cross-platform user interface using Xamarin.Forms

 

 


Developing cross-platform apps with c# using Xamarin (40 Hours) Download Course Contents

Live Virtual Classroom (Instructor-Led)

Fee : 2,600 (Includes Taxes) 
9 AM - 5 PM (Flexible Time Slots for 4 hours option)




May
8 Hours/Day
03-07
09-13
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17-21
03-14
09-20
10-21
17-28
June
8 Hours/Day
07-11
13-17
14-18
21-25
07-18
13-24
14-25
21 Jun-02 Jul
July
8 Hours/Day
05-09
11-15
12-16
05-16
11-22
12-23

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Course Prerequisites

  • Students should have experience developing applications or websites using C#; the course assumes you are familiar with the C# language. XAML knowledge is a plus but is not required.