First seminar is up on YouTube!

Thanks for everyone who joined us for the first Xamarin Seminar, I hope you enjoyed watching it as much as we enjoyed talking about CoreGraphics. The first Xamarin Seminar is over and done with, but it doesn’t stop there! Sign up for our February Seminars where we will be covering these topics on the following dates;

  • Top 5 features of Ice Cream Sandwich with Mono for Android 4.0 with Mike Bluestein – Thursday 9th February 2012 at 11am EST
  • Third party libraries in MonoTouch and Mono for Android with James Clancey – Thursday 23rd February 2012 at 11am EST

Register for both at http://bit.ly/xam-feb-seminars

As promised, we uploaded the “Getting Started with CoreGraphics” seminar that Mike Bluestein presented to us, you can watch this below or watch the video on our YouTube channel – http://youtube.com/xamarinhq

We also put the slides up on SlideShare for your viewing pleasure;

The code that was shown in two of the samples during the presentation are up on our GitHub account: https://github.com/xamarin/Seminars/tree/master/2012-01-26-CoreGraphics

We are excited to see you at the next seminar on the 9th Feburary and don’t forget to give us your feedback on any of the Xamarin Seminars we create – http://bit.ly/xam-feedback

Chris Hardy

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One Comment

  1. Posted February 2, 2012 at 8:00 am | Permalink | Reply

    Nice introduction to CoreGraphics. I am not sure you explained the Matrix flipping.

    For those who did not understand why this step was introduced it is because the coordinate system differs between UIKit and CoreGraphics, which in CoreGraphics is flipped on the Y-axis compared to UIKit. Hence you will need to flip it by issuing gctx.ScaleCTM(1,-1), where the -1 specifies the flipping on the Y axis.

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