Xamarin Platform Room for Improvement

reviewer1339872
Data Management Technical Lead - Project Manager at a computer software company with 51-200 employees
The software itself was pretty good. The problem that I faced was that the communication, the roles, and the responsibilities, weren't defined between Microsoft and Xamarin, that's really where the problem was in my opinion. Nobody was taking ownership of that. Let's say you have two platforms on-prem. If you're an iPad user, you want the look and feel of the iPad; if you are a Surface Pro user, you want the look and feel of the Surface Pro. What I feel is of the utmost importance in regards to Xamarin, is to make sure that when you do something, whatever the object is, you get the object that the iPad user expects. Conversely, if you're a Surface Pro user, you get the object that the Surface Pro user expects. View full review »
Konstantin Semenenko
Xamarin Developer
They need to take a step towards independence from the UI platform. It takes a lot of time to adapt the native controls. View full review »
Fo328ndr9
Founder and CEO at a tech services company with 1,001-5,000 employees
We need to think about partnering with IBM because there is a need for a big data partner; someone who has machine learning and can help us connect the app to big data. View full review »
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