Talks and workshops

Snorkeling in MAUI event: Single Project Architecture in .NET MAUI talk

I’m very happy to have participated in the Snorkeling in MAUI event hosted by Progress Telerik giving the “Single Project Architecture in .NET MAUI” talk, it’s a great honor to participate in this event and share the stage with great professionals such as David Ortinau, Shawn Lawrence, Petar Marchev, Luis Matos and Brandon Minnick. Special thanks to Sam Basu for the invitation!💚 …

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UI

Replicating Contact & Message UI in Xamarin Forms

Howdy!!! In this article, we are going to replicate a Contact & Message UI obtained from Dribble. I hope this is useful for you! 💚   Before starting, to get the best out of the post, I’ll leave you some instructional notes so that you have a better experience reproducing the UI: At the beginning, you will see an image…

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.Net MAUI, UI

Replicating Course Profile UI in .NET MAUI

Howdy!!!   I’m so excited to publish my first post on UI Replication this time using the .NET MAU! I made it with a lot of love, I hope you like it and it inspires and guides you to start this path in MAUI!  In this case, we are going to replicate a Course Profile UI obtained from Dribble. I hope this…

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.Net MAUI

Splash Screen in .NET MAUI 💚

When opening an App on our Android and iOS devices, we normally see a kind of welcome that is displayed full screen, this is usually made up of an image of its Logo with a background color which lasts a few seconds before showing us the features of the App! This is a Splash Screen. But… the only purpose of…

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.Net MAUI, UI

Replicating Boarding Pass UI in Xamarin Forms

Howdy!!! In this case, we are going to replicate a Boarding Pass UI obtained from Dribble. I hope this is useful for you! 💚   Before starting, to get the best out of the post, I’ll leave you some instructional notes so that you have a better experience reproducing the UI: At the beginning, you will see an image with…

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Xamarin, Xamarin Essentials

Learning about Clipboard in Xamarin Forms

Howdy! 🙋‍♀️ Happy New Year! 🎄 I hope you had a happy holiday season, in this new year I know you are ready to continue learning! Before we start, I would like to know if you have ever had the need to copy information between applications 🧐. Probably yes! (For example, when you need to copy your bank account number…

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UI, Xamarin

Refactoring Facebook Profile UI in Xamarin Forms

A few years ago, I made a post called “Replicating Facebook Profile UI in Xamarin Forms” which I loved to do 😍 and I was thinking that over time languages, Frameworks have new functionalities which are designed to make our Apps more effective, for this reason, it’s important to keep them updated. In the following paragraph I give you some important…

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Xamarin Essentials

Getting Device Information with Xamarin Essentials

Have you ever had the need to make decisions based on certain information about the device? 👀 Yes? This is for you, if not, you will probably do it in the future, join me in this article and you will see how easy it is thanks Deviceinf, API provided by Xamarin Essentials.! 💚 Let’s start! What is DeviceInfo? DeviceInfo is a class…

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UI

Replicating Good Mood UI in Xamarin Forms

Howdy!!! In this case we are going to replicate a Good Mood UI App obtained from Dribble. I hope this is use for you! 💚 Before starting, to get the best out of the post, I’ll leave you some instructional notes so that you have a better experience reproducing the UI: At the beginning, you will see an image with…

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Xamarin Community Toolkit

Adding Shadows with Xamarin Community Toolkit

When I heard about Xamarin Community Toolkit, I fell in love with the wonderful things I could do with its help! I love how a single package gives us many useful features that we didn’t have in one place before, but now we do! 💚 This time let’s learn how to add shadows thanks to XCT! 🤓 Before starting the explanation, let’s know…

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UI, Xamarin

Replicating Fashion UI in Xamarin Forms

Howdy!!! In this case we are going to replicate a Fashion UI App obtained from Dribble. You can check the design here!  Previously I created an article on how to start creating this UI, thinking about how to divide the rows and columns, I recommend you take a look, the name is “Getting started with a UI and not die trying…

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