Xamarin Native Application Development Course Overview

Xamarin Native Application Development Course Overview

The Xamarin Native Application Development course is designed to equip learners with the knowledge and skills necessary to build high-performance, native mobile applications for Android and iOS using Xamarin. Xamarin.Android allows developers to use C# along with .NET features to create Android apps with native user interfaces and performance.

Module 1 introduces the architecture of Xamarin.Android, covering the need for such a platform, its reliance on Mono, and how Mono interacts with the Android operating system. It delves into the Android Binding Design and sets up the development environment.

Module 2 takes learners through the process of creating a sample app, from installation to running, debugging, and using emulators or Android devices for testing.

User Interface Design in Module 3 covers various UI elements and how to implement them effectively, while Module 4 focuses on using Fragments for dynamic and flexible UI designs.

In Module 5, learners explore data storage mechanisms, and Module 6 covers the integration of location services and maps. Module 7 is dedicated to Camera API integration for capturing and displaying images.

Module 8 prepares students for deploying their apps, with Module 9 and subsequent modules extending the knowledge to iOS development, including UI design, code-based application creation, working with table views, and integrating maps.

Finally, Module 13 guides students through the process of publishing their app on the App Store. This comprehensive course ensures that by the end, participants are well-prepared to create and deploy native mobile applications for both Android and iOS platforms using Xamarin.

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Course Prerequisites

To ensure that you are well-prepared and can gain the maximum benefit from the Xamarin Native Application Development course, the following prerequisites are recommended:

  • Basic understanding of object-oriented programming (OOP) concepts such as classes, inheritance, and polymorphism.
  • Familiarity with C# programming language, as Xamarin uses C# for developing native applications.
  • Knowledge of the fundamentals of .NET framework since Xamarin is a .NET-based platform.
  • Experience with Visual Studio IDE (Integrated Development Environment), which is utilized for developing Xamarin applications.
  • Understanding of basic mobile application components and lifecycle.
  • Basic knowledge of Android and iOS platforms since the course involves developing native applications for these operating systems.
  • Willingness to learn and adapt to new mobile development paradigms and practices.

These prerequisites are aimed at providing you with a strong foundation to build upon during the course. They are not intended to be exhaustive but should allow you to comfortably engage with the course material and participate in hands-on activities.

Target Audience for Xamarin Native Application Development

Koenig Solutions' Xamarin Native Application Development course caters to professionals seeking expertise in cross-platform mobile app development.

  • Mobile App Developers
  • Cross-platform App Developers
  • Xamarin Developers
  • .NET Developers looking to extend their skills to mobile
  • Software Engineers with a focus on C# and .NET
  • UI/UX Designers wanting to understand Xamarin's UI capabilities
  • Application Architects planning cross-platform solutions
  • Technical Project Managers overseeing mobile development projects
  • IT Professionals wanting to learn about Xamarin Android and iOS app development
  • Students and individuals pursuing a career in mobile app development

Learning Objectives - What you will Learn in this Xamarin Native Application Development?

Brief Introduction to Xamarin Native Application Development Course Learning Outcomes

Gain expertise in building native Android and iOS apps using Xamarin, covering essential topics like UI design, data storage, API integration, and app deployment.

Learning Objectives and Outcomes

  • Understand the architecture of Xamarin.Android, including Mono runtime and its interoperation with the Android Dalvik VM.
  • Install Xamarin.Android and set up the development environment for building Android applications.
  • Design and implement complex user interfaces using Xamarin.Android's UI controls and layouts.
  • Create and manage Fragments in Xamarin.Android for modular and dynamic UI.
  • Implement persistent data storage services and understand the entity class creation in Xamarin.Android.
  • Integrate location services and maps into Xamarin.Android applications for geospatial features.
  • Utilize the Camera API in Xamarin.Android to capture and display images within the app.
  • Deploy and distribute Android applications through various channels, ensuring secure and optimized releases.
  • Develop iOS apps using Xamarin, focusing on UI elements like buttons, sliders, segmented controls, and handle device rotations.
  • Publish applications to the Apple App Store, understanding the requirements and processes for iOS app distribution.

These learning outcomes aim to equip students with the skills to create cross-platform native applications efficiently using Xamarin, preparing them for the demands of contemporary mobile app development.