ArcTouch’s Xamarin developers can help your cross-platform app project
There are many cross-platform mobile development technologies available — but none offer a native experience like Xamarin. With Xamarin, your cross-platform apps can share on average 75% of code (C#) — but you won’t sacrifice the ability to write features for the native mobile platforms on iOS and Android.
ArcTouch’s experienced team of Xamarin developers and designers can help you cost-effectively and quickly get your cross-platform apps to market. And with Xamarin as the foundation, it will be much more efficient to manage and updates your apps over time — and extend your roadmap, all from a common codebase.
As a Xamarin Premier Consulting Partner, our expertise includes:
- Xamarin Platform
- Xamarin Test Cloud
- Visual Studio
Introducing the ArcTouch Xamarin Accelerator Program (XAP)
Kick-start your cross-platform project today with the ArcTouch Xamarin Accelerator Program (XAP). XAP is a flexible design and development consulting service designed to help increase the velocity on your internal Xamarin projects and transform your team into mobile superheroes.
Starting as low as $5,000, ArcTouch will provide hands-on Xamarin design and engineering experts to:
- Teach teams proven best practices using Xamarin, as it applies your unique project
and specific business objectives.
- Review your mobile strategy and app design to optimize UI and UX for cross-platform mobile development on Xamarin.
- Guide design and development teams to the proper Xamarin solution (Xamarin.Forms vs. Xamarin.iOS and Xamarin.Android), along learning other Xamarin and Microsoft tools like Xamarin Test Cloud, HockeyApp and Azure.
- Help establish the foundation for your company’s mobile roadmap using Xamarin development.
Cross-platform expertise forged in the real world
Lots of firms talk about their Xamarin expertise, but we have the practical experience using Xamarin for large-scale commercial applications. Some of our Xamarin work includes:
Case studies and insights from our Xamarin experts
In the News: Weighing the Benefits of Developing With Xamarin (App Developer News)
In the News: Microsoft Bets on Xamarin to Boost Universal Windows Platform (Redmond Magazine)