In the final part of this series, I conclude with the results seen when profiling the XNotes app again after I implemented the recommendations I’ve presented. [Read more…] about “Memory Management in Xamarin Apps” Series, Part Five
In part 4, I describe the best practices for memory management in Xamarin apps that I concluded after a lot of searching the internet and applying them to my app. [Read more…] about “Memory Management in Xamarin Apps” Series, Part Four
In part 3 of this series, I explain how memory management is handled in the Xamarin world, what I consider to be myths surrounding memory management, and my initial conclusions after investigating the problems.
In part two of this series, I describe the first cross platform mobile app I developed using Xamarin, and the big surprise that was in store for me when I profiled what I thought was the finished “ready to submit to the App Store” iOS version of that app. [Read more…] about “Memory Management in Xamarin Apps” Series, Part Two
In this series, I discuss memory management issues you can run into while developing cross-platform apps using the Xamarin (now Microsoft) frameworks. [Read more…] about “Memory Management in Xamarin Apps” Series, Part One
A 54 minute video version of my Making Apple TV Apps fourteen part series is now available for viewing. This is a previously-recorded version of the live presentation I gave at my local CocoaHeads meeting last night. I am providing it here for those who were either unable to attend the meeting or would like to review portions of it. [Read more…] about “Making Apple TV Apps” Video Now Available
I will be presenting my Making Apple TV Apps series tonight at my local CocoaHeads meeting beginning at 7 PM. I hope you can join us!
WHERE: 210 Inverness Parkway, Birmingham, AL 35242 (Google Maps)
WHEN: April 21st, 2016, 7 PM Central time
With part 14 of my “Making Apple TV Apps” series, we’ve reached the end of our journey. However, I hope it is just the beginning of your tvOS journey. In today’s series wrap up, I offer some resources to help you learn even more about making Apple TV apps. [Read more…] about Making Apple TV Apps, Part 14: Additional Resources
Onward, forward! We’ve arrived at part 12 of my “Making Apple TV Apps” series. I hope you’ve enjoyed the series so far and learned something along the way. Today, I will be showing you how to add your own custom UI view components to TVML as new XML tags. [Read more…] about Making Apple TV Apps, Part 12: Extending TVML With Custom Tags