In this talk we’ll look at some features in the F12 Edge Dev Tools that will make working with CSS that little bit easier. Specifically we’ll be looking at the track changes and CSS editing features in the dev tools.
Xamarin.Forms offers a way to quickly build iOS, Android, and Windows apps that look and feel native while reusing large amounts of code. Forms makes it easy to get your first app up and running, but where it really shines is accelerating the development of complex apps that put real functionality in users' hands.
In this session, we will build off the basics of Xamarin.Forms to quickly add valuable features to our app: bringing in Azure App Services to quickly add authentication and data storage, writing a custom renderer, and more. We'll see how easy it is to build beautiful UIs in XAML with the help of the new Xamarin.Forms Previewer. We'll leverage Xamarin.Forms to build a real-world application with less time, less effort, and less code.
As we propose to bring connectivity to everyday objects, we also propose to change the way we live, work and play. But not only. Much of the promise of the internet of things lies in using everyday objects to making visible data we chose ignore: our environment, our habits, our health, our effect on others. This new world promises to be one where behavioural change will need to take place, businesses will need to streamline their efforts and we will finally be faced with the task of building a better world. This talk will discuss what that road means for people and businesses and future public policy.