Xamarin is a cross-platform development tool that lets developers build native iOS and Android apps, as well as Windows and Mac apps, using a single shared C# codebase. The company also lets developers test apps on hundreds of devices via its Xamarin Cloud service, offers its own Xamarin Studio IDE, and runs live online classes with its Xamarin University program.

Xamarin boasts a number of big name brands among its clients, including Microsoft, Kellog’s, Bosch and Dow Jones. The company is based in San Francisco with offices in Europe, Asia and South America.

Xamarin features

  • Native user interfaces
  • Native API access including platform-specific capabilities like iBeacon and Android Fragments.
  • Xamarin.Forms interfaces that allows devs to share almost 100% of code across all mobile dev platforms
  • Add components to apps directly from your IDE via Xamarin Component Store
  • Integrate backends such as Microsoft Azure, Parse and SAP

Xamarin Info

Platforms:Android, iOS, Windows Phone
Types:Cross Platform

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