I have been completely submerged in Android/Xamarin world the last week, both at work and at home. As I've previously mentioned, I love Xamarin Studio, but there are definitely some quirks. Where Xamarin Evolve 2014 is quickly approaching, I figured it would only be appropriate to blog about Xamarin. While I love many things about Xamarin, one of the more frustrating nuances I've encountered is the lack of available debugging information. For example, my project kept breaking today, and the only information available was: D/Houdini Unsupported Feature Fatal Signal 11 (SIGSEGV) f/libc fatal signal There was not even an indication as to where the break was happening, because Visual Studio came up with the "Code not Running" message. Through trial and error, I was able to determine where the exception wa...
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I've been happily chugging away on my mobile platform project using Xamarin Studio. In fact, it's one of the only things I've been talking about recently. This post will talk about an interesting little bug that I ran ...Posted on Friday, July 25, 2014
Without revealing too much yet, I am very comfortable saying that the app I am developing will utilize some of the available Google Play Services. It's a super feature rich suite, and can add a lot of functionality to your app with minim...Posted on Tuesday, July 15, 2014
Today I embark on a rather ambitious journey into the world of mobile development paired with a cloud-based back-end. I've had plenty of ideas that I've tossed around as far as developing something new, something that's neede...Posted on Monday, July 14, 2014
Facebook and Twitter are a great place to share personal thoughts, pictures, etc with your friends and family. A big part of who I am is my inner nerd. I wanted a place to share this part of me with the world. I've begun deve...Posted on Sunday, July 6, 2014