MADN is a Belgian usergroup that focusses on mobile development in the Microsoft stack. The idea is to share knowledge, skills and ideas with the entire community not only about mobile development but also about everything that has something to do with Windows or Windows Mobile.
From UWP to Xamarin or even more Emerging Experiences like Hololens, we have a session topic for you!Take a look at our next event!
Let us indulge you with the latest topics.
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Prins Boudewijnlaan 26
25 April 2017
18:00 - 21:00
Continuous Integration, App distribution, Crash and Analytics reporting are very important aspects to keep in mind when developing (mobile) apps. Integrating these bits in your development process and application life-cycle aren't always the most easy and fun things to do. Visual Studio Mobile Center makes these DevOps tasks a lot simpler to configure and integrate. Moreover, not only DevOps is made easier with Visual Studio Mobile Center, also some Azure features like Authentication and Easy Tables can be set up and integrated in your app in no time! In this session, Pieter will walk you through Visual Studio Mobile Center. He will show you how to set up CI, app distribution, reporting, authentication and easy tables for your Xamarin Forms app. After this sessions you should have a good understanding about all the features of Visual Studio Mobile Center and how to integrate and configure it for your app.
Pieter is passionate by software- engineering and development. A few of the technologies that interest him the most are: .NET, UWP, C#, XAML, Visual Studio, Azure, TFS, Visual Studio Team Services, Xamarin, Hololens, Unity, … These are not only the things that he uses on a daily basis while working at Ordina Belgium as a Senior .NET Software Engineer, where he is also Competence Lead Mobile. But also during his spare time he likes to play with these and other new technologies. Occasionally he blogs about his findings on blog.pieeatingninjas.be.
If you've ever consumed a REST interface, you've probably used an HttpClient instance. Or multiple instances? Maybe even in a using statement?
What would be the right way to do this? Why? What other pitfalls / best practices are there? Join me in a lap around the do's and don'ts of HttpClient.
I might even include some Xamarin tips and tricks.
Nico is one of us! You can check his bio on our team page.
Food will be served at 18:00. Sessions start at 18:30.
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