36 Xamarin with James Montemango

    0
    334

    React Native Radio | Episode 36

    Panel

    Nader Dabit

    Ali Najafizadeh

    Peter Piekarczyk

    Kevin Old

    Naoufal Kadhom

    Special Guest: James Montemango of Xamarin

    Discussions and Questions:

     

    1:13

    Before we getting into programming and Xamarin, can you tell us how you got into programming?

    3:46

    For Someone not familiar with Xamarin, can you tell us what it does, and why people use it? 

    7:02

    So how did you become one of the people who works on Xamarin?

     10:20

    So what is the coolest thing aboutXamarin?

    12:53

    So for someone to pickup Xamarin, they might have to know C# pretty well?

     19:00

    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?

    15:30

    What do you feel is the percentage of apps out there, that are for TV or various app stores, are primarily built with Xamarin?

    25:28

    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?

    29:55

    So lets say on know C#, Objective C, and Java. What is the first thing I need to do?

    38:54

    Can somebody actually create games? Are those bindings available? Do you guys open some sort of binding tool?

    43:18

    James can you tell us about the Xamarin Test Cloud? How does that compare to a soft stack? 

    52:30

    So you’re able to do UI testing as well as unit testing? Is that how that works?

    59:15

    Can you talk about Xamarin Studio and the IDE and what that looks like?

    1:02:00

    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?

    1:06:00

    What are the best uses cases with Xarmarin?

    1:09:00

    In terms of releasing tool for Windows and Mac, how do you handle that?

     

     

    Picks

    Nader

    ENKI app

    Angry Birds movie

    React Native In Action – Book – on Maning

     

    James

    Merge Conflict Podcast

    http://www.mergeconflict.fm

    Peter

    Ale Monkey

    Nafal

    Gyroscope

     

    Resources Mention in this Episode

    https://www.xamarin.com