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ComponentOne Studio for Xamarin

Cross-Platform Native Mobile Controls for Xamarin Platform


Effective Wednesday, July 19, 2017, GrapeCity launched ComponentOne Studio for Xamarin, a world-class collection of controls for Xamarin.Forms,
Xamarin.iOS, and Xamarin.Android. The Xuni product line has been retired, and licenses have been transferred to the new Xamarin products.

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Xuni’s collection of cross-platform, native mobile controls employs the same API across iOS, Android, and the Xamarin Platform using native programming techniques. With Xuni, you’ll get fast, flexible, enterprise-level controls and deliver the same experience across all platforms.

“The advanced UI controls and features that Xuni offers complement the Xamarin.Forms ecosystem, improving developer productivity and enabling them to easily produce enterprise-grade apps for all devices with C# and XAML.”

—Joseph Hill, Co-Founder, Xamarin

Xuni Overview

A Universal Experience Across Mobile Platforms

Xamarin Platform

  • Write once in C# using Xamarin.Forms to create apps for iOS, Android and Windows Phone
  • Go deeper into native development using Xuni in your Xamarin.iOS and Xamarin.Android apps
  • Develop in either Visual Studio or Xamarin Studio; Xuni is supported in both
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  • Add Xuni to your universal iOS apps for the iPhone and iPad
  • Write your apps with Objective C or Swift in Xcode for iOS 7 and higher
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  • Create native Android apps in Java using Xuni with the IDE of your choice – Eclipse or Android Studio
  • Learn more


UI Controls for Native Mobile Apps

Hitting a Wall in Your Native Mobile Control Development?

Learn how to build and integrate native mobile controls into your Xamarin.Forms apps with

“Filling the Gap: How to Build Custom Control in Xamarin.Forms,” a white paper from Xuni.

You’ll learn how to:

  • Extend out-of-the-box Xamarin.Forms controls
  • Get more functionality in Xamarin.Forms with custom renderers and dependency services for iOS and Android
  • Create and implement a native custom control from the ground up and use it in Xamarin.Forms



Xamarin White Paper: Build Custom Native Mobile Controls

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