So, I recently refreshed my Mac - I use it for Xamarin development and while I am travelling or to show off :D I use it in conjunction of my awesome Windows Desktop Build with VS2017. So I follow the drill, install Mac - update all things - setup iTunes etc. This time I started with Brew first to install NodeJS - even before I installed XCode or Xamarin - Brew suggested to install XCode command line tools so I installed it (almost there, hang on). Then I installed XCode (v8.3.2 in my case - yours might be different) and then all things Xamarin. This worked pretty well on MAC somehow. But then I tried to connect my VS + Xamarin setup with Xamarin Mac Agent and I keep getting this error: Xcode license must be accepted in order to be connected and working against the Mac I did » Read more

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Azure notification hub can be used to send push notification to your client app. It supports sending push notification to application build with Xamarin (but not only restricted to it). I create a notification hub in Azure using FREE TIER for a work related project, with intention to be used by team to work and test push notification in their application development. Development environment setup gave assumption that the usage will be quite less so free tier will suffice the need here. When you install the application (the one which has integrated Azure Notification Hub) on first run application will register the device with the Azure notification hub service (based on permission available) and that will count against "Active Device" in your hub server statistics. Last night, team member complained that he is now getting: 'The remote server returned an error: (403) Forbidden.'.', Exception=System.Net.WebException: The » Read more

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