C# Android Development | GUI & First App | Part 1

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Hey Guys,
welcome back to Android App Development with C#. In this tutorial, we are covering the basics of designing a GUI and how to interact with the controls you put in the layout.
I promised you to get back to it, so here I am.
More tutorials will be uploaded soon.

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Art Work c says:

Hello, just a quick question : I saw in the comments below that Xamarin is pricey, but I see on their website and the terms of agreement that it's free for people like me who aren't part of a company and such. Since C# is pretty much the language I'm most confortable with, I'd rather use this, but I also would like to avoid paying 300 bucks a month.

Thanks to anyone who cares to answer, cheers.

theaaos says:

How is this part one? Am i missing something? There are a lot of using statements at the top. Where did they come from? Is there a dll that I need to download? Where is the link to the set up?

emilnyb says:

This tutorial is amazingly good! Keep up the good work!

musicpolygon says:

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ProgrammingGeek says:

Why the hell would you do Android development in C#?

dmengelblack says:

xamarin sees very good, but its very expensive

5marcim5 says:

Hi, I am using visual Studio 2010, but I am missing the properties-window on the right. how do I get it?

Ahmed Abdullah says:

whats meen by bundle ?  and please i need more video toturials about c# android development using visual studio  2010 and xmarain >> please >>> thanks

Guy White says:

I'm with Umesh. There's not much help out there other than xamarin website. Please make more videos.

Sphynk says:

Too much blah blah blah, this could have been done in 5 minutes. Not bad info though

HdMrRed says:

What version of Xamarin do you use ?


HdMrRed says:

What version of Xamarin do you use ?

HdMrRed says:

when i go to my layout>main.axml it says an error saying "Conection to the layout renderer faild, this may be caused by a misconfigurration of java" does it mean that i should download java again ? 

HdMrRed says:

when i go to my layout>main.axml it says an error saying "Conection to the layout renderer faild, this may be caused by a misconfigurration of java" does it mean that i should download java again ?

Johnny Manson says:

It really depends on what you want to do and how much experience you have with both languages. Xamarin Studio is quite expensive, even the Indie Package costs about $300 and I am sorry, but if you really are an independent developer, it's hard to effort that.
Android Studio is free and you have to use Java as your language, it has more libraries and support, but personally I don't like Java and I have been developing in C# for over 5 years. Either way, it's always good to use Java first.

Sonu JATT says:

would you recommend this or android studio?

Johnny Manson says:

Yep, it's definitely worth it. I bought the Indie licence and I am not in any way disappointed.

Athomield3D says:

did you buy the licence for the android version ?

CptAceMaverick says:

these video are great can you do some more c# android stuff , I think c# is a great cross platform language.

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