Currently, I am testing the waters of mobile development using Xamarin.Forms. For those who have not heard of it yet, as per its developer guides
“Xamarin.Forms is a cross-platform, natively backed UI toolkit abstraction that allows developers to easily create user interfaces that can be shared across Android, iOS, Windows and Windows Phone.”
It’s a great way to delve into mobile development for a C# developer. It allows to build native user interfaces for iOS, Android and Windows Phone wherein nearly 75% of the app code is shared across these platforms.
As a part of my pet project, I needed a pie-chart and came across OxyPlot , an open source plot generation library, which was suitable for me. However, I had to overcome a number of hurdles before I could get everything working. So, this is my effort to document the steps of creating OxyPlot pie-chart for a mobile app built using Xamarin.Forms. So, here it goes! Continue reading