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Call an Azure AD protected API in Xamarin/UWP apps

Call an Azure AD protected API in Xamarin/UWP apps

When we talk about mobile apps, a web API is generally hiding in the background, doing most of the work like connecting to a database, verifying authorization, computing data, and so on. Like everything else, those APIs need protection against unauthorized calls that don’t come from our mobile apps. In this post, I will explain how to leverage Azure Active Directory to protect our WebAPI without any code, and how to call this WebAPI from our mobile apps. So, how…

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Xamarin – Using SQLite.NET Async with PCL

Xamarin – Using SQLite.NET Async with PCL

With Xamarin, it is now easier than ever to share most of the logic between your apps. Most today’s apps use a lot of data, so deciding how to store them locally can prove a challenge. SQLite provides a great way to store and query those easily and does support Xamarin. In the original post, we’ll see how to setup SQLite in a portable project (PCL) shared by two Xamarin projects (Android, iOS) and a UWP project in Visual Studio….

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#UWPXAML – Compiled Binding – What’s new in the Anniversary Update?

#UWPXAML – Compiled Binding – What’s new in the Anniversary Update?

Coming this summer, Windows 10 Anniversary Update will be more or less a Windows 10 v2.0. With it comes a lot of new things for the windows app development, and a lot of new features and fixes for Compiled Binding. By reading the original post at https://mcnextpost.com/2016/07/11/uwpxaml-compiled-binding-whats-new-in-the-anniversary-update/, you’ll see what those new features are and how to use them.

#UWPXAML – Compiled Binding – Incremental rendering with x:Phase

#UWPXAML – Compiled Binding – Incremental rendering with x:Phase

Coming with Windows 10 are a lot of new features especially for XAML when creating a Universal Windows Platform application aka. UWP app. We can mention a few of them: new controls (as the RelativePanel, the SplitView and more); new tools for building responsive and adaptive UI (AdaptiveTrigger, Extension SDKs, etc.); and a new way to bind data to the UI, Compiled Binding. Enhancing performances and reducing UI slugglishness with incremental rendering and x:Bind, that’s what the original post is…

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#UWPXAML – Compiled Binding – Binding to events

#UWPXAML – Compiled Binding – Binding to events

Coming with Windows 10 are a lot of new features especially for XAML when creating a Universal Windows Platform application aka. UWP app. We can mention a few of them: new controls (as the RelativePanel, the SplitView and more); new tools for building responsive and adaptive UI (AdaptiveTrigger, Extension SDKs, etc.); and a new way to bind data to the UI, Compiled Binding. The original post will explain you how to use the new feature allowed by x:Bind : Binding…

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#UWPXAML – Compiled Binding – Binding to data

#UWPXAML – Compiled Binding – Binding to data

Coming with Windows 10 are a lot of new features especially for XAML when creating a Universal Windows Platform application aka. UWP app. We can mention a few of them: new controls (as the RelativePanel, the SplitView and more); new tools for building responsive and adaptive UI (AdaptiveTrigger, Extension SDKs, etc.); and a new way to bind data to the UI, Compiled Binding. You can find the original post on how to use Compiled Binding with data in many use…

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#UWPXAML – Compiled Binding – What is it?

#UWPXAML – Compiled Binding – What is it?

Coming with Windows 10 are a lot of new features especially for XAML when creating a Universal Windows Platform application aka. UWP app. We can mention a few of them: new controls (as the RelativePanel, the SplitView and more); new tools for building responsive and adaptive UI (AdaptiveTrigger, Extension SDKs, etc.); and a new way to bind data to the UI, Compiled Binding. You can find the original post explaining what Compiled Binding is and how it differs from classic…

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