Demonstrates how to display a pop up menu using PopupMenu from the v7 appcompat library.
Demonstrates the use of the App usage statistics API.
This sample demonstrates the use of dynamic types in DLR.
Demonstrates how a Content Provider can be implemented in Mono for Android.
Demonstrates using the wearable APIs to send messages and stream data.
Demonstrates how to store data in a device-protected storage.
Demonstrates use of the Directory Selection API to let users select an entire directory subtree.
Demonstrates how to load a resource that has been built into the assembly.
This is a functional test for "ExportAttribute" which is new in Mono for Android 4.2.
This is a port of the [Google IO 2011 Schedule App].
Demonstrates the Leaderboard and Achievement features for Google Play Games.
Demonstrates a simple service that sends notifications using NotificationCompat.
Demonstrates use of the PermissionRequest API to securely provide access to restricted system features.
Demonstrates sending a list of notifications pages to an Android Wear device, with each page describing a step in a recipe.
Demonstrates how to enable safe browsing.
SanityTests is a hodgepodge of things to test various API interactions.
Demonstrates a new way to interact with specific storage locations.
Demonstrates the use of Android's search framework.
Demonstrates how to let users choose a file via the system's file browser.
Demonstrates how to manage documents and expose them to the Android system for sharing.
Demonstrates using listener services to create three kinds of notifications.
Demonstrates a cross-platform todo application that allows you to track todo/task items.
This version of Tasky uses a Portable Class Library and SQLite NuGet package to encapsulate and share code across platforms.
Demonstrates proper application architecture layering and using a common code base.
This sample illustrates the use of a TextSwitcher to display animations for text changes.
Based on the existing iOS and Android sample, but completely rewritten for Xamarin.Forms.
This sample demonstrates a Todo list application where the data is stored and accessed in a local SQLite database.
Demonstrates how to localize Xamarin.Forms using RESX.
Demonstrates how to right-to-left localize Xamarin.Forms apps.
A fun to play quiz that showcases material design on Android