The Xamarin toolset enables us to deliver native Android, iOS, and Windows apps with reduced development effort thanks to a shared C# codebase.
Xamarin uses one language for multiple platforms, making up to 95% of the code reusable across Android and iOS. This almost halves the amount of resources needed to launch a mobile app on both platforms.
While being cross-platform, Xamarin still embraces the uniqueness of each platform, using native UI controls so end users are familiar with the look and behaviour of the app. It also leverages platform-specific hardware acceleration, providing great performance on both platforms.
The community around Xamarin provides well-organised documentation along with training sessions (Xamarin University). Furthermore, things like Xamarin Components and the support of Xamarin on Visual Studio help make developers’ lives easier.
Xamarin Testing Cloud provides a great environment for developers to test their work and detect bugs as early as possible in the development process. Moreover, the ability to use shared codebases decreases the amount of code written and thus, the number of potential bugs.
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Our mobile developers and designers build native mobile applications for both iPhone and Android users. Working with Xamarin developers saves you development time and provides great user experience on all platforms.
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