Xamarin lets you write cross-platform apps using C# and .NET. Some features includes: Framework:
It use the open source mono framework, which is an implementation of the .net framework on multiple non windows operating systems.Language:
They have created/used the mono compilers for c# and f# and used them to compile apps written for ios, android, and a few other platforms.Framework bindings:
Ios, android, and others have native APIs that developers use to call. Xamarin has created framework bindings to all c# /f# to call this APIs.Ide plugins:
You can use xamarin studio or visual studio to create apps just by hitting the build and run key sequence. You get back compile time errors and warnings just like every other compilation sequence.Design surfaces:
They have created ios and android design surfaces for xamarin studio as well as visual studio.
More about Xamarin: https://xamarin.com/
You can enroll in Xamarin University (free) to know more about it . Register at : https://xamarin.com/university
You can use Xamarin Studio
for making your Xamarin application. It is a modern sophisticated IDE with many features for creating iOS, Mac and Android applications. It includes a rich editor, debugging, native platform integration with iOS, Mac and Android, and integrated source control to name just of few of its many features.
Also you can use Xamarin for Visual Studio
for your development purpose
More about developing applications using Xamarin Studio and Xamarin for Visual Studio at : https://xamarin.com/starter Jayakumars, if this helps please login to Mark As Answer. | Alert Moderator