Xamarin Android in C# and Firebase
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- Develop a wide range of apps in Android and C#
- Database management and Datada structure design
In this lesson, we design our outlets and also name them as well the name for our list view
In this lesson, we will rename the activity to ListsActivity and also connect the ListsLayout to its SetContentView as well as accessing our UI elements. We will also code 4 new methods; NewList, ProfileButton, ItemClick and ItemLongClick.
In this lesson, we will do a quick test on list view.
By now, we have a list view interface where we can view our basic starter lists. Now let's try and add a new list. In here, once everything work, we will face a new issue and that is our app will not maintain its data between two sessions of the application. We will address that in our next section.
In this lesson, we will look at our backend data and why we would need them.
Once we setup everything in our console, we will add the google plist file.
- Basic Understanding of Programming
- Familiarity with any development environment such as XCode or Android Studio or Xamarin Studio
In this course we will discuss development of a complete Android application using Visual Studio (or Xamarin Studio, C Sharp and Firebase. Throughout the course, we will discuss a wide range of topics such as interface design, databases and data structures as well as user authentication through Firebase MBaaS.
This course is designed to cover a wide range of audience. It can be useful to people with basic understanding of iOS development and programming. It is also useful if you wish to learn more about data structures, reading and writing local and remote databases.
- People with beginner level understanding of mobile development
- People planning to move from Android Studio to Xamarin