The theme of your app is what makes it stand out, fit in with your brand identity and create a lasting impression. With Xamarin.Forms it’s simple to implement multiple themes and styles, and then use them throughout your application.
Having the ability to take a screenshot directly from your command prompt will save you a lot of time over the duration of a project. When I’m building an app I know I reguarly take screenshots to show features, bugs or just general UI weirdness to others and the time I lose taking it, transfering it to be emailed or shared on Teams is frustrating. A handy one liner can be used to speed this process up.
Automatic theme switching is coming to Xamarin.Forms. In Xamarin.Forms 4.6 they added a new Experimental Flag called
You’ve gone to all the effort of implementing a dark (or light) theme for your latest mobile application, but your user opens the app, with their phone in dark mode, but you’re bright light theme is what’s shown, retinas have been burned!.
Dark mode is a really popular colour scheme nowadays, phones have it built into their OS’s, mainstream apps support it, (Whatsapp, Twitter). But by default your Xamarin.Forms application will be using a light theme.
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