As Mobile Developers, our customers expect us to deliver mobile applications that are not only rich in content but are also secured enough to protect their data privacy. In today’s article I am going to show you how to compromise an APK file using ILSPY application and the corresponding steps to counteract the reverse engineering of APK file through integration of Pre-Emptive’s Dotfuscator library.
In today’s article, I will discuss some of the essential improvements of Prism 7 for Xamarin as well as the minimum steps to get you up and running using Prism 7 in Xamarin forms, so let’s get started.
.NET Standard Support
The long awaited .NET support for prism has arrived. It was during the 6.3 version days that I was having some problems with PCL projects wherein the more profiles that you select the less .NET APIs you can use but nevertheless .NET Standard will save the day.
In today’s article, I will discuss how to use the File System of Xamarin forms in data storage. File System storage is a great option for you if you want to store a more larger data in the file system, maybe in the form of XML or JSON file, if Preference storage is not enough for you and Database is an overkill for you.
In today’s article, I will discuss how to use the Preference in storing data. Preference is one of the different data storage strategies that Xamarin provides. It is primarily used to store small amount of data like user settings of your Mobile Application. The preference is a key value pair structure where it can only cater to simple or intrinsic data types (e.g. strings, int, bool).
For the last part of this Getting started Xamarin with Prism series, I would like to discuss about using Messaging in Xamarin forms. We will use our previous project from our Part3 of the getting started series and here is the link for the Repository: https://github.com/KirkPatrickJunsay/XamarinPrismSample
For the third part of this Getting started Xamarin with Prism series, I would like to discuss about using Navigation in Xamarin forms. We will use our previous project from our Part2 of the getting started series and here is the link for the Repository: https://github.com/KirkPatrickJunsay/XamarinPrismSample
For the second part of this Getting started Xamarin with Prism series, I would like to discuss on how to use Command in Xamarin forms. By the way if you missed the Part 1 of this series you can check this article.
When you say Command, for example in Win Forms it’s just an event that was fired
due to let’s say a button click or an event brought by textbox lost/on focus but in Xamarin
Commands are just methods that are directly binded from your view e.g. (Button, MenuItem, ToolbarItem) and executes the binded method in your ViewModel.