Mobile App Development
Escon Info Systems offers cross-platform Android and iOS apps development using .NET and C#. In Xamarin, app is written using C#, from back end code, such as business logic and data access, to native API access.
All businesses worldwide, all industries, use Xamarin and .NET to build performant native mobile apps.
Xamarin is cross-platform. Using .NET Standard, maximum flexibility is obtained. You can share code across the Android, iOS, Windows, and macOS platforms.
Code is also sharable between your mobile, web, and desktop apps.
Advantages of using Xamarin:
Native performance : Apps built using Xamarin leverage platform-specific hardware acceleration, and are compiled for native performance. Perform a full ahead-of-time (AOT) compilation on apps to reduce startup time, increase memory sharing, and improve performance.
Open-source and free : .NET is free, and that includes Xamarin. There are no fees or licensing costs, including for commercial use.
Develop for any platform from your favorite OS : Xamarin apps can be developed on Windows and macOS and run on iOS, Android, macOS, tvOS, watchOS, and more. The Visual Studio family of products has tools for building .NET apps on any operating system. There are also command line tools and extensions for many popular editors.
Native & Cross-platform Integrations : Apps built using Xamarin have access to the full spectrum of functionality exposed by the underlying platform and device, including platform-specific capabilities like ARKit, CoreML, Fingerprint, Bluetooth, NFC, and more! Xamarin also integrates with thousands of third-party libraries including Google Play services, Facebook, Google APIs for iOS. You can even bring your favorite native iOS and Android libraries to Xamarin applications with "Binding" projects.
Backend : SQLite,Firebase, .NET Core Web API,Azure
Xamarin Essentials features for applications::
Accelerometer – Retrieve acceleration data of the device in three dimensional space.
App Information – Find out information about the application.
App Theme – Detect the current theme requested for the application.
Barometer – Monitor the barometer for pressure changes.
Battery – Easily detect battery level, source, and state.
Clipboard – Quickly and easily set or read text on the clipboard.
Color Converters – Helper methods for System.Drawing.Color.
Compass – Monitor compass for changes.
Connectivity – Check connectivity state and detect changes.
Detect Shake – Detect a shake movement of the device.
Device Display Information – Get the device's screen metrics and orientation.
Device Information – Find out about the device with ease.
Email – Easily send email messages.
File System Helpers – Easily save files to app data.
Flashlight – A simple way to turn the flashlight on/off.
Geocoding – Geocode and reverse geocode addresses and coordinates.
Geolocation – Retrieve the device's GPS location.
Gyroscope – Track rotation around the device's three primary axes.
Launcher – Enables an application to open a URI by the system.
Magnetometer – Detect device's orientation relative to Earth's magnetic field.
MainThread – Run code on the application's main thread.
Maps – Open the maps application to a specific location.
Open Browser – Quickly and easily open a browser to a specific website.
Orientation Sensor – Retrieve the orientation of the device in three dimensional space.
Permissions – Check and request permissions from users.
Phone Dialer – Open the phone dialer.
Platform Extensions – Helper methods for converting Rect, Size, and Point.
Preferences – Quickly and easily add persistent preferences.
Secure Storage – Securely store data.
Share – Send text and website URI's to other apps.
SMS – Create an SMS message for sending.
Text-to-Speech – Vocalize text on the device.
Unit Converters – Helper methods to convert units.
Version Tracking – Track the applications version and build numbers.
Vibrate – Make the device vibrate.