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Introduction to Xamarin.iOS for Visual Studio • • 5 minutes to read • Contributors • • • • In this article Xamarin for Windows allows iOS applications to be written and tested within Visual Studio, with a networked Mac providing the build and deployment service. This article covers the steps to install and configure the Xamarin.iOS tools on each computer to build iOS applications using Visual Studio.

Developing for iOS inside Visual Studio provides a number of benefits: • Creation of cross-platform solutions for iOS, Android and Windows applications. • Using your favorite Visual Studio tools (such as Resharper and Team Foundation Server) for all your cross-platform projects, including iOS source code. • Work with a familiar IDE, while taking advantage of Xamarin.iOS bindings of all Apple’s APIs. Requirements and Installation There are a few requirements that must be adhered to when developing for iOS in Visual Studio. As briefly mentioned in the overview, a Mac is required to compile IPA files, and applications cannot be deployed to a device without Apple’s certificates and code-signing tools.

There are a number of configuration options available, so you can decide which works best for your development needs. These are listed below: • Use a Mac as your main development machine and run a Windows virtual machine with Visual Studio installed. We recommend using VM software such as. • Use a Mac just as a build host. In this scenario it would be connected to the same network as a Windows machine with the tools installed.

In either case, you should follow these steps: • • Connecting to the Mac To connect Visual Studio to your Mac build host, follow the instructions in the guide. Visual Studio Toolbar Overview Xamarin iOS for Visual Studio adds items to the Standard toolbar and to the new iOS toolbar. The functions of these toolbars are explained below. Standard Toolbar The controls relevant to Xamarin iOS development are circled in red: • Start - Starts debugging or running the application on the selected platform.


There must be a connected Mac (see the status indicator in the iOS toolbar). • Solution Configurations – Allows you to select the configuration to use (e.g., Debug, Release). • Solution Platforms - Allows you to select iPhone or iPhoneSimulator for deployment.

IOS Toolbar The iOS Toolbar in Visual Studio looks similar in each version of Visual Studio. These are all shown below: Each item is explained below: • Mac Agent/Connection Manager – Displays the Xamarin Mac Agent dialog box. This icon will appear orange when connecting, and green when connected. • Show iOS Simulator – Brings the iOS Simulator window to the front on the Mac.

• Show IPA File on Build Server – Opens Finder on the Mac to the location of the application’s IPA output file. IOS Output Options Output Window There are options in the Output pane that you can view to discover build, deployment, and connection messages and errors. The screenshot below shows the available output windows, which may differ depending on your project type: • Xamarin – This contains information relating solely to Xamarin, such as the connection to the Mac and activation status. • Xamarin Diagnostics – This shows more detailed information about your Xamarin project, such as the interaction with and for Android. Other default Visual Studio Output panes like Debug and Build are still available inside the Output view and are used for Debugging Output and MSBuild Output: • Debug • Build & Build Order iOS Project Properties Visual Studio’s Project Properties can be accessed by right-clicking on the Project name and selecting Properties in the context menu. This will let you configure your iOS application, as shown in the screenshot below: • iOS Bundle Signing – connects to the Mac to populate the code signing identities and provisioning profiles: • iOS IPA Options – the IPA file will be saved on the Mac’s file system: • iOS Run Options – Configure additional parameters: Creating a New Project for iOS Applications Creating a new iOS project from within Visual Studio is done just like any other project type.

Selecting File > New Project will open the dialog shown below, illustrating some of the project types available for creating a new iOS project: Selecting iOS App (Xamarin) will show the following templates for creating a new Xamarin.iOS application: Storyboard and.xib files can be edited in Visual Studio using the iOS Designer. To create a Storyboard, choose the one of the Storyboard templates. This will generate a Main.storyboard file in the Solution Explorer as illustrated by the screenshot below: To start creating or editing your Storyboard, double-click on Main.storyboard to open it in the iOS Designer: To add objects to your view, use the Toolbox pane to drag and drop items onto your Design Surface. The Toolbox can be added by selecting View > Toolbox, if not already added. Object properties can be modified, their layouts adjusted, and events can be created by using the Properties pane, as illustrated below: For more information on using the iOS designer, refer to the guides.