19th May 2018 ANDROID UEFI YOGABOOK

Windows on Android Lenovo YogaBook

Few months ago I bought a Lenovo YogaBook for my university notes. It is an awesome device, light, fast, with a decent battery life and a great pen. It is available in two versions, one comes with Android and the other one with Windows 10. I choose the Android version as I was curios to […]

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3rd March 2017 ANDROID C# XAMARIN

Proguard / MultiDex & Xamarin.Android.7

Hello, this is a quick post, actually it won’t be useful for long as a fix is coming from Xamarin, but in case you’ve been fighting with this error >Error: Can’t read [C:\Program Files (x86)\Reference Assemblies\Microsoft\Framework\MonoAndroid\v7.0\mono.android.jar] (Can’t process class [android/app/ActivityTracker.class] (Unsupported class version number [52.0] (maximum 51.0, Java 1.7))) [CREATEMULTIDEXMAINDEXCLASSLIST] here’s the solution: Basically the […]

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18th November 2016 TIZEN XAMARIN XAMARIN.FORMS

Tizen + Visual Studio 2017 RC

As you might have heard, during Microsoft Connect(); in New York a lot of awesome things have been announced. The main star of the show was the Release Candidate of Visual Studio 2017 which brings many productivity features and performance updates as well as improvements to the mobile- and cloud-development experiences. But among the other […]

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15th September 2016 ITALIADOTNET

Debug.WriteLine(“Hello ItaliaDotNet!”);

A big change is coming! After many years of successful events, courses and community activities, the Facebook page MSP Exp is going through a rebranding! MSP Exp was born in 2013 to be a place where people who attended our events could be updated on future initiatives, share their opinions, findings and, in general, keep […]

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5th August 2016 C#

C# Bait&Switch

Some time ago I decided to update my NFC library for Xamarin.Forms so to eliminate all the unnecessary dependencies like the Xamarin.Forms package that was used exclusively for the DependencyService. Searching on the net I came across this post from James Montemagno that explains how to get exactly what I wanted using a practice called Bait&Switch: an […]

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