Introduction to Visual Studio App Center

Hello Everyone, in this article, we are covering Visual Studio App Center services with complete guidelines of installation for Xamain iOS.

What is Visual Studio App Center?

Visual Studio App Center is the one-stop solution for all the different services like HockeyApp, Xamarin Test Cloud, Xamarin Insight, Azure Mobile Engagement, Azure App Service, Code Push etc, all of them seamlessly integrated to make the development and shipping of application much easier.

Platform Support:

  1. Android
  2. iOS
  3. UWP
  4. macOS (preview)

Framework Support:

  1.  JAVA
  2.  Objective C/ Swift
  3.  Xamarin
  4. React Native

Visual Studio App Center

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Firebase Complete Guide for Xamarin

Firebase

Firebase is part of a growing trend known as “Back end as a service”. Traditionally configuration of a server would require you to fetch data via some API you have written in order to retrieve data from your server.  When using SQL, you would have to write code that stores objects and properties that can be accessed in your code.

A cloud-hosted NoSQL database. Data is stored as JSON, synced across connected devices in milliseconds, and available when your app goes offline. Intuitive and easy-to-use API. Remains responsive regardless of network latency or Internet connectivity so apps works offline.

What is amazing about Firebase, is that essentially with one line of code, you are ready to begin writing to your database instantly. This gets stored as JSON (JavaScript Object Notation) and can be read and used in your application nearly as easily.

Firebase expedites the storing and retrieving of data via a third party service and comes with its own API so you don’t have to write one.

firebase

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