Udemy Free: Course in Spanish on multiplatform mobile application development with Xamarin

Xamarin is a cross-platform mobile app development framework using C # and was recently introduced in Visual Studio at no additional cost.

Offers various tools for developers to create applications that have all native features. According to a recent survey by Xamarin, more of 15.000 organizations are using their tools and the list includes many large companies.

Xamarin is completely different, since it uses a single C language # and runtime that can be deployed on three different mobile platforms, like iOS, Android y Windows.

Here, we will code only in C #, which is easy to do and has access to all the features that are available for the native SDK. Finally, we will get a mobile application that feels and looks completely native.

Xamarin Forms desde 0 for starters

Get started in the world of software development by learning to create iOS and Android applications with C #

Who is this course for?

  • Developers passionate about learning about building mobile apps with C # using Xamarin

Requirements

  • Eager to learn
  • Have notions about C #, but it is not an obligation

What you will learn

  • Mobile app development with Xamarin
  • Advantages of Xamarin Forms
  • Use of local SQLite databases
  • Design and customization of applications
  • Introduction to XAML
  • Creation of a CRUD in Xamarin
  • Structure of a Xamarin project

This course is available for free without the need for any coupon, through the "FREE" option.

We recommend that you first read the differences between a free and a paid course to avoid misunderstandings:

Free courses

  • Online video content

Paid courses

  • Online video content
  • Certificate of completion
  • Instructor Questions and Answers
  • Direct message to the instructor

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