In this project, we will learn more about creating reusable controls that can be added to an Extensible Application Markup Language (XAML) page. To keep things simple, we will not be using MVVM, but bare-metal Xamarin.Forms without any data binding. What we aim to create is an app that allows the user to swipe images, either to the right or the left, just as most popular matchmaking applications do.
Well, let's get started by creating the project!
Creating the project
Just as with the to-do list app in Chapter 2, Building Our First Xamarin.Forms App, this chapter will start with a clean File | New |Project approach.
Let's get started!
Creating the new project
So, let's begin, as follows:
- Open up Visual Studio and click on File | New | Project, as illustrated in the following screenshot:
- Enter Xamarin.Forms in the search field and select the Mobile App (Xamarin.Forms) template, as illustrated in the following screenshot:
- Complete the...