Best tools and practices of Xamarin Forms

Chapters of Xamarin Forms development like MVVM, Prism, Data binding, Dependecy Injection, REST API and Plugins
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3,200 students
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Use the best tools and nuget packages
Apply standard design patterns in C# and XAML
Create cross-platform applications efficiently
Master data binding
Understand MVVM
Exploit any device's capabilities with plugins
Communicate with REST API services
Apply Dependecy Injection


  • Basic programing in C#
  • Basics of XAML
  • Understanding of classes, objects and interfaces


Do you like mobile development? Android? IOS? Why not both? Once you decided to go cross-platform with Xamarin Forms - I offer you a nice collection of tools and practices. My expapnding course shows you the tips and tricks of Xamarin development and MVVM pattern. You will learn how to apply Data binding, viewmodel locator, and commands in XAML and C#.

By the end of the course you will:

  • Master data binding in Xamarin
  • Apply ViewModel Locator
  • Bind events to commands
  • Use Prism framework  
  • Build MVVM arhitectured software with or without Prism
  • Exploit the device capabilities like GPS, read network information, battery state, scan fingerprint etc...

If you would like me to add any topic to the list above, feel free to throw me a message.

Thank you for your time!

Who this course is for:

  • Any C# developer who wants to learn Xamarin
  • Native Xamarin developers who are about to learn Xamarin Forms
  • Former Android or IOS developers who want to go cross-platform

Course content

8 sections21 lectures1h 3m total length
  • Introduction


Cross platform mobile developer, Udemy Instructor
Balázs Koncz
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Hi there! Thanks for taking a look at my account!

Currently, I am a cross-platform developer building online courses for beginner and advanced level students. My aim is to share my knowledge as a programmer and show you the way to become a successfull software engineer.

I love exploring, and I spend a lot of time designing courses for new comers in programming and others who like having fun with code crafting.