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Xamarin Mobile Application Development for Android - Second Edition Paperback – 24 Aug 2015

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Nilanchala Panigrahy

Nilanchala Panigrahy is a software developer, community speaker, and thought leader in the fusion of design and mobile technologies. Currently, he is employed as a lead application developer by Ness Technologies (http://www.ness-ses.com), a leading global technology services provider. He has over 8 years of experience in developing rich mobile applications in Java, C#, Android, Xamarin, HTML5, and PhoneGap. Over the years, he has published 20 plus Android applications in the consumer and enterprise spaces and authored over 200 articles/tutorials on Android and Xamarin application development, which are freely available on the Web. You can find more information about him on his blog at http://javatechig.com or contact him via his Twitter handle at, @npanigrahy.


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3.0 out of 5 stars You're probably better off with the Xamarin University setup 28 Nov. 2015
By Rogue BJJ Prof - Published on Amazon.com
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It's alright. You're probably better off with the Xamarin University setup.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Good beginner introduction to build Android application with Xamarin. 13 Sept. 2015
By Pietro F. Maggi - Published on Amazon.com
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Nice book to get C# developer quickly up to speed with Xamarin for Android Development.
The first two chapters are a very quick introduction to the basic Android and Xamarin architecture concepts, especially the first chapter on Android is very skinny given the size of the topic, but ehi, this is Xamarin book!
The rest of the book, from chapter three to eleven, drive you on the process to build a Point of Interest application from the start to the publishing process.
This kind of approach is sometime risky, largely depending on the application the author choose to implement. In this case the application, even if a basic one, allows to touch a lot of the point o a real world application, from Activity/Fragment lifecycle management to data persistence and Webservice integration.
Overall I liked the book and I've found some good insight in it. I gave only four star and not five because the approach to write the book around a single application does not allows to touch all the topics of the Xamarin for Android platform. However, if you're looking for a beginner introduction to Xamarin for Android, this book is a really good choice.
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