What is Resource-dictionary and how to used in xamarin forms


Introduction :

Resourcedictionary :- These resource objects are stored in a resource dictionary. XAML resources are definitions that can be shared and re-used throughout a Xamarin forms application.

This blog explain how to create and consume a resource dictionary.


Why Xamarin is the first choice of developers for the creation of a mobile application?


Mobile applications have created their own market in the tech industry these days. On the play stores, although it’s for Google or iTunes, we have found a wide range of applications for each and every purpose such as educational and …

Easily Show/Hide Password in Xamarin.Forms


Screen: CheckBox Screen



1. Use two image one for eye.png and another for eyeicon.png .

2. Write a code in View folder xaml part.


<Grid HorizontalOptions=”FillAndExpand” VerticalOptions=”Center” BackgroundColor=”#ffffff” Margin=”15,0″ Padding=”8″>


<ColumnDefinition Width=”*”/>



<RowDefinition Height=”50″/>

<RowDefinition Height=”1″/>…

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Is Xamarin the Ultimate Destination of Cross-Platform Mobile App Development


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Xamarin.Forms or Xamarin Native: Which should you use for your cross-platform app project?


When it comes to cross-platform development tools, there’s no doubt that Xamarin is the gold standard. But once you’ve made the decision to build apps in C# and Xamarin, you’ll need to make one more choice: Should you use Xamarin.Forms, …