React Native Radio | Episode 36
Special Guest: James Montemango of Xamarin
Discussions and Questions:
Before we getting into programming and Xamarin, can you tell us how you got into programming?
For Someone not familiar with Xamarin, can you tell us what it does, and why people use it?
So how did you become one of the people who works on Xamarin?
So what is the coolest thing aboutXamarin?
So for someone to pickup Xamarin, they might have to know C# pretty well?
How do you guy manage to keep up with 100 percent access to all the native APIs? Is that a community driven effort, or is it internal?
What do you feel is the percentage of apps out there, that are for TV or various app stores, are primarily built with Xamarin?
You mentioned that is has recently been open sourced, and you been with the company during its purchase by Microsoft. Can you talk little about that?
So lets say on know C#, Objective C, and Java. What is the first thing I need to do?
Can somebody actually create games? Are those bindings available? Do you guys open some sort of binding tool?
James can you tell us about the Xamarin Test Cloud? How does that compare to a soft stack?
So you’re able to do UI testing as well as unit testing? Is that how that works?
Can you talk about Xamarin Studio and the IDE and what that looks like?
I know people are interested in React Native and Hybrid Solutions because of the ability to do remote updating. Can you do remote updating with Xamarin?
What are the best uses cases with Xarmarin?
In terms of releasing tool for Windows and Mac, how do you handle that?
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