Welcome to the tutorial series on building mobile apps for Android and iOS with Xamarin and the C# programming language. In this tutorial series you will learn how to use the Xamarin platform to design and develop mobile apps for both major smartphone operating systems – Android and iOS.
With Xamarin, you can build native apps without having to know Swift, Objective-C, and Java. Most of the code you write in C# with Xamarin can be used for both Android and iOS, making it much easier to write native apps for both platforms. Xamarin allows you to write native apps for different platforms with native UI, native API access, and native performance using a shared C# codebase, the same IDE, language, and APIs anywhere.
In this tutorial series, we will start by installing and getting to know the Xamarin platform and basics of the C# language, and then we will learn how to make a basic Android and iOS app. The great thing about learning C# is that you will also be able to use that language to develop amazing 2D and 3D games for several platforms in Unity 3D by following the tutorials here.
The next tutorial will show you how to download and install Xamarin for Windows and Mac OS.
Note: CodeMahal is not endorsed by or associated with Xamarin in any way. CodeMahal provides free tutorials on using the Xamarin platform.