TNWiki Article Spotlight – Fun with Xamarin
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In today's blog post we are going to see about Fun with Xamarin: Building a Simple Working Memory Game App with Web API and SignalR by Vincent Maverick Durano
If you are a Xamarin and ASP.NET lover then this article is must read article for all. This one article will guide us to work with Xamarin App development as well as to work with ASP.NET Web API and ASP.NET SignalR. Thank You Vincent Maverick Durano for sharing such a great article.
This article explains in detail about how to build a simple data-driven mobile game application using the power of Xamarin and ASP.NET Web API and to build a real-time leader board page using ASP.NET SignalR to monitor player rankings.
In this article you can learn
- Integrating Entity Framework
- What is Entity Framework?
- Setting Up a Data Access
- Implementing Data Access for CRUD Operations
- The Web API EndPoints
- Enabling Cors
- Building the Mobile Application with Xamarin Forms
- MemoryGame.App(Portable) Project
- The GameAPI Class
- Implementing the Service Interfaces
- The IHaptic Interface
- The ILocalDataStore Interface
- The ISound Interface
- The Settings Class
- The Helper Class
- The PlayerManager Class
- The Required XAML Pages
- The Register Page
- The Home Page
- The Result Page
- Implementing Haptic and Sound Service in iOS and Android Platform
- The Haptic Service (Droid)
- The Sound Service (Droid)
- The Haptic Service (iOS)
- The Sound Service (iOS)
- Setting Permissions
- The Output
- Building a Simple Real-time Leaderboard Web App with ASP.NET SignalR and MVC
- What is SignalR?
- Integrating ASP.NET SignalR
- Adding a Middleware for SignalR
- Adding a Hub
- Adding an MVC Controller
- Adding a View
Yes, yes and yes in one article you can learn all the above points in detail, the important fact is that as this article also explains about a simple game development using Xamarin with special functionality like getting the count of our Mobile device light blink, the speaker beep sound, the device vibrate and all the result can be monitored in our Mobile as well as in Web using the ASP.NET SignalR.
I believe this article will be a great feast for all who is looking to work with Xamarin and ASP.NET ,don't miss to read this article from here Fun with Xamarin: Building a Simple Working Memory Game App with Web API and SignalR by Vincent Maverick Durano . I hope you all enjoy reading his article.
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