Just came back from Xamarin Evolve to say hi from sunny Florida! We returned some days ago with a sun tan, high spirits and a wealth of knowledge. No surprise, as we were at the world's biggest conference on cross-platform
*instinctools Engineers Interviewed for Expertise with Cross-Platform Development by Research Firm Clutch.
Recently, two of our lead developers, Daniil Rybin and Igor Mikheiko, were interviewed by Clutch to speak about their experience working with Xamarin and PhoneGap, and some of the other software we use to develop mobile apps here at *instinctools.
From an open source initiative to an integral part of Visual Studio 2015. Although it may seem that Xamarin is still a new kid on the block, it has recently celebrated its 4th birthday (celebrated its 4th birthday), so
In our first article we've examined the main perks of Xamarin. As we’ve written earlier, Xamarin helps businesses to build an app on multiple platforms at one time thus easing us of odd fuss & bother. But, as a rule,
A well developed mobile application can help businesses increase customer satisfaction and engagement by allowing the company to be available to their target audience, generate revenue and create additional channels for marketing. It is unsurprising, given the widespread use of