Xamarin Microsoft Partnership Delivers .NET Everywhere

Microsoft's C# language and Xamarin's development tools will provide .NET developers with the ability to write apps that run natively on iOS, Android, and OS X, as well as Windows. With the partnerships key element being to increase collaboration and deepen integration between Microsoft's and Xamarin's tools and services, this should mean better support for Xamarin's developer tools in Visual Studio, it also means improved support for key .NET technologies in Xamarin's cross-platform C# compiler.  Click here to read the full story.



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