Aliyah  Murray

Aliyah Murray

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Qickly Tips: Code Generation from XAML in Visual Studio 2019! (WPF, UWP, & Xamarin.Forms)

OH MY GOODNESS!!! Visual Studio 2019 version 16.9 introduced one of the most amazing features ever... Auto code generation directly from your XAML! Turn your Bindings and Commands directly into source code in your code behind or view model! Today I will show you this awesome new feature!

If you are using Xamarin.Forms you can set the x:DataType or the BindingContext. If you are using WPF/UWP set the DataContext or d:DataContext. Read more: https://montemagno.com/code-generation-from-xaml-in-visual-studio/

This feature is currently only on Visual Studio 2019 v16.9 on Windows and not Visual Studio for Mac yet.

Time Codes:
00:00 - Intro
02:05 - Setup & Auto Generate Bindings
05:00 - Generate Commands
05:50 - Cleaner Generation with BaseViewModel
07:00 - Wrap-up

 

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Qickly Tips: Code Generation from XAML in Visual Studio 2019! (WPF, UWP, & Xamarin.Forms)

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Aliyah  Murray

Aliyah Murray

1627714860

Qickly Tips: Code Generation from XAML in Visual Studio 2019! (WPF, UWP, & Xamarin.Forms)

OH MY GOODNESS!!! Visual Studio 2019 version 16.9 introduced one of the most amazing features ever... Auto code generation directly from your XAML! Turn your Bindings and Commands directly into source code in your code behind or view model! Today I will show you this awesome new feature!

If you are using Xamarin.Forms you can set the x:DataType or the BindingContext. If you are using WPF/UWP set the DataContext or d:DataContext. Read more: https://montemagno.com/code-generation-from-xaml-in-visual-studio/

This feature is currently only on Visual Studio 2019 v16.9 on Windows and not Visual Studio for Mac yet.

Time Codes:
00:00 - Intro
02:05 - Setup & Auto Generate Bindings
05:00 - Generate Commands
05:50 - Cleaner Generation with BaseViewModel
07:00 - Wrap-up

 

#visual-studio #xaml 

Tyrique  Littel

Tyrique Littel

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Xamarin Podcast: Drawing, VS2019, & Virtual Meetups

Keeping up with the latest in .NET, C#, Xamarin, and Azure is now more fun than ever! Co-hosts Matt Soucoup and James Montemagno cover a range of topics relevant to Xamarin developers from designing mobile apps to identity management. In this month’s podcast episode, James and Matt explore drawing with Xamarin.Forms, the latest new releases of Visual Studio 2019 and Visual Studio for Mac. Additionally, they review how to get your meetup rolling with the .NET Foundation.

Xamarin Podcast: Drawing, Visual Studio 2019, Virtual Meetups

Drawing What You Want with Xamarin.Forms

Ever looked at your app and thought, “It needs some shapes or gradients to make the final touches”? Now with Xamarin.Forms 4.8, you can customize that design experience for your users. Tune-in to find out how you can draw any shape you want using Xamarin.Forms 4.8. Including adding in the content of an SVG file with the ease.

And you need gradients? Xamarin.Forms has gradients too! This podcast episode has you covered.

Latest Releases

If you were not yet aware, there are new versions of Visual Studio 2019 and Visual Studio for Mac out in the wild. Matt walks you through how those help your Xamarin development life cycle. Matt even learns a new word. “Adornments.”

In addition to the drawing goodness that Xamarin.Forms 4.8 brings, Matt and James also discuss a few other great features from the latest releases. Find out more through the episode.

Latest News

Make your app support multiple languages. The guys review a blog post that offers pointers on how to do just that.

Listen-in to find out all about how the .NET Foundation will make attending or even hosting a user group easier than ever before.

Entity Framework Core on Xamarin

Entity Framework Core works on Xamarin. There is even a brand new quick-start to prove it! And Matt lets you in on a little secret – how you can make it even better. Check out the podcast to find out more.

This classic duo also covers how many videos it would take to put together an entire course on learning Azure SQL. As it turns out, the answer is 61.

Even More?

We can’t forget about the Azure Service of the Month and the Pick of the Pod! All of that and more in this month’s Xamarin Podcast!

Subscribe or Download Today!

Join your co-hosts, Matt Soucoup and James Montemagno, to catch up on the latest and greatest in Android, Xamarin, and cloud development. Get all the updates about Xamarin.Forms, recent features, and future releases in a jiffy. Subscribe to the Xamarin Podcast on iTunes, Spotify, Google Play Music, Stitcher. Or your favorite podcast app today!

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Cayla  Erdman

Cayla Erdman

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XAML: How to Implement INotifyPropertyChanged

The INotifyPropertyChanged changed interface is at the heart of XAML apps and has been a part of the .NET ecosystem since the early days of Windows Forms. The PropertyChanged event notifies the UI that a property in the binding source (usually the ViewModel) has changed. It allows the UI to update accordingly. The interface exists for WPF, Silverlight, UWP, Uno Platform, and Xamarin.Forms (that will become .NET MAUI). This article will give examples for UWP, but it is possible to write code from the ViewModel down that is compatible with all these platforms.

Before I go any further, I will mention the MVVM pattern but point out that this article does not expect you to follow this pattern. Implementing INotifyPropertyChanged is a fundamental part of MVVM, but MVVM is not required to achieve data binding with INotifyPropertyChanged. If you would like to follow MVVM, I recommend using one of these frameworks: MvvmCross, Prism, or ReactiveUI.

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