Xamarin provides several different paths for learning to build native mobile apps for iOS, Android, and Windows in C#. From on-demand video training to deep-dive eBooks, we have you covered to help make learning mobile development easy.
- The solution for working on Xamarin for iOS without having Mac. Tools Link: https://mega.nz/#F!hTBjSCDC!mwC0FNk2Ed5BUNu4RDQBg.
- This guide links to instructions that describe how to install and configure Xamarin.iOS on a Mac by setting up Visual Studio for Mac.
The Mac is required for building as well as running the iOS simulator. You can either use it as a build server, and actually do your development in Visual Studio (either in a standalone PC, or on a VM running on your Mac), or you can do your development directly on the Mac using Xamarin Studio as your IDE.
The Xamarin Developer Center is packed full of resources to help you get started with mobile development, including documentation on configuring your development environment, iOS, Android, Xamarin.Forms, and more. There is also lots of code available for you to dig into, including recipes, samples, and prebuilt applications.
Xamarin University provides live, interactive mobile development training lead by Xamarin experts. Visual Studio Dev Essentials program offers five introductory mobile development classes on demand from Xamarin University, completely for free. Hands-on learners may also enjoy our self-guided learning. Developers interested in cross-platform mobile development with Xamarin.Forms may also be interested in our free Introduction to Xamarin.Forms video course available from edX.
Building Xamarin from source
Xamarin Ios Sdk Version
You can compile your own Xamarin SDK libraries and tools by following the instructions in the readme for any individual project.
Xamarin Sdk Versions
Instructions for building individual open source Xamarin Component and Plugin projects can typically be found in the project’s README file.