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What is Xamarin Mobile?

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What is Xamarin?

Xamarin.Mobile is a library that exposes a single set of APIs for accessing common mobile device functionality across iOS, Android, and Windows platforms. This increases the amount of code developers can share across mobile platforms, making mobile app development easier and faster.

Xamarin.Mobile solves this problem, helping you maximize code sharing while still delivering high-performance, beautiful, native user experiences.

Xamarin is a framework for cross-platform mobile app development in C#. The way it works is simple – you write one shared C# codebase with full access to all SDK possibilities and native UI creation mechanisms, and the result you get is a mobile app that looks and feels completely native.

Xamarin is different. It is based on an open-source implementation of .NET called Mono. This implementation includes its own C# compiler, development environment and main .NET libraries.

There is a key difference between iOS and Android when it comes to apps performance – it’s their preliminary compilation. On Android devices virtual Java machine Dalvik is used to run the apps.

Native apps written in Java are pre-compiled into bytecode, which Dalvik then interprets into commands for processor when the program is running.

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posted May 11, 2015 by anonymous

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