Getting Started With Xamarin
Build Your First App
If you'd like to build an app using native UI technologies (like Android XML or Xcode Storyboards), try one of these platform-specific guides:
Getting Started with Mobile Development
To learn more about how Xamarin works, and how to approach mobile app development projects, read the guides below:
This document explains how Xamarin works at a high-level and links through to the getting-started guides for iOS, Android, and Xamarin.Forms.
This article discusses the software development lifecycle with respect to mobile applications, and discusses some of the considerations required when building mobile projects. For developers wishing to just jump right in and start building, this guide can be skipped and read later for a more complete understanding of mobile development.
By choosing Xamarin and keeping a few things in mind when you design and develop your mobile applications, you can realize tremendous code sharing across mobile platforms, reduce your time to market, leverage existing talent, meet customer demand for mobile access, and reduce cross-platform complexity. This document outlines key guidelines to realizing these advantages for utility and productivity applications.
This document provides an overview of Visual Studio for Mac, the Integrated Development Environment (IDE).
Get Started with Xamarin University
Building Your First Xamarin.Forms App with Xamarin for Visual Studio, by Xamarin University