31 Oct 2020 Update: Updated for AndroidX + Xamarin.Essentials Let's look at how to add the native search bar control into the Xamarin.Forms.NavigationPage Both Xamarin.iOS and Xamarin.Android offer the capability to natively add a search bar to the navigation bar using UISearchController and SearchView, respectively. But,
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ObservableCollection is the recommended collection [https://docs.microsoft.com/xamarin/xamarin-forms/user-interface/listview/data-and-databinding?WT.mc_id=threadsafeobservablecollection-codetraveler-bramin] to use for ListViews, but it isn't thread safe. Let's explore how we can fix this and use it in our multi-threaded apps! The Xamarin.Forms team recommends using ObservableCollection [https://docs.
In Part 1 [https://www.codetraveler.io/2018/05/22/creating-uitests-for-xamarin-forms-apps-part-1/#traveler] , we created a File -> New Xamarin.Forms app, and added UI tests to it. In this post we'll learn how to create scalable UI tests that allow us to reuse code using Page Object architecture. We'll take