Due to the increase and development of mobile devices and the diversity of programming languages, developers had to develop separate applications for each platform. Due to the widespread use of HTML5 and the widespread support of mobile operating systems (android, iso and windows mobile) to HTML5, some of the developers and companies were developing Mobile Hybrid applications by blending the capabilities of HTML and platforms. However, such a development model came with limitations.

With the Xamarin platform, which has become widespread day by day with the support of Microsoft, it is now possible to develop Native applications that will run on all mobile platforms by writing code once (using C#). Thanks to native applications, the unique functions of the relevant platform (iso, android, windows mobile) can be used more effectively and easily. In this tutorial, the Xamarin platform is explained from zero to advanced, as well as how it is done for each platform in its specific development. The application development architecture in Xamarin is discussed in detail and the recommended MVVM (Model-View-ViewModel) development approach is also explained.

Process and Achievement
Without learning Java for Android and swift for IOS, you can develop your applications by using only C# and taking advantage of the advanced features of XAMARIN and Visual Studio.

Who should take it?
There are hundreds of different devices in the mobile world. These devices most commonly use iOS, Android and Windows Phone operating systems. Developers, on the other hand, had to use platform-specific languages to develop native applications on each platform until Xamarin emerged. Cross Platform Native Applications can now be developed with Xamarin. The only language you need to know is the C# programming language.

Anyone who knows C# language and wants to do mobile programming can join the Xamarin course.

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