List of Xamarin Android tutorials and examples to help you get started with Android programming using the Mono framework.
In this post, we will take a look at what are the API's Xamarin Android facilitates to support multi part upload. For the sake of simplicity, in this example we will upload an bitmap image to server.
This example explains how to create AlertDialog and DialogFragment in Xamarin Android. Android supports several different ways to create a dialog such as AlertDialog and FragmentDialog.
Views and ViewGroups Everything that you see in an Android app is a View; buttons, labels, text boxes,…
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Shared preferences are persistence key/value data pairs, used to store primitive data pairs such as bool, float, int, string and long. The data saved into android preference are persisted across different user sessions and is private to the application it is created. Any other application cannot access to it.
JSON.NET is one of the popular, advanced and high-performance JSON framework for .NET. Here in this example we will look at following use cases for serializing .NET object into JSON String.
Consuming data from web services is the most common task and very integral part to most of the full-fledged mobile application. In this tutorial we will take a look into various key concepts and steps for consuming web service methods from Xamarin Android application.
In the course of this tutorial, we will take a look into using WebView in Xamarin.Android. This tutorial loads simple webpage on WebView and using WebViewClient.WebView is an android UI component that displays webpages.
This example explains how to implement "share action in your action bar using ShareActionProvider class". ActionProvider is made available since Android 4.0 (API Level 14). An ActionProvider, once attached to a menu item in the action bar, handles both the appearance and behavior of that item
In this example we’ll look at how to create multiple activities and communicate between them. In this example we will create two activities and pass data between them.