Last month Xamarin had a great offer for independent windows phone developers: Provide access to their ‚Business license‘ for free, please see: https://blog.xamarin.com/free-xamarin-subscriptions-for-windows-phone-developers/
Some time ago I created smaller apps for android using Java and Eclipse but these were quite simple „test apps“.
I always preferred using C# and Visual Studio for development and since I am using this tools since C# 1.0 was release (I used Visual Studio and C++ before) that’s also where I have the most experience.
Anyway: I always wanted to port my apps to android and Xamarin allows exactly this and you can still use C# and Visual Studio.
…maybe try porting my apps to iOS later but this requires a Mac for the build process and I currently don’t have one 😉
After waiting for some time and contacting Xamarin support via email I finally got my Xamarin Business license for Xamarin.Android and Xamarin.iOS – sooooo nice – many thanks Xamarin!! 🙂
On the one hand I want to port my apps to windows 10 and support the new features it provides, on the other hand I want to use Xamarin, see what I can do with it, fully learn and understand it and port my apps to Android.
Soooo many things to do…let’s start it!