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4. Building Mobile Application with Xamarin.Forms

Vincent Maverick S. Durano1 
Minnetonka, MN, USA
Now that we have the API ready, we can start implementing the Memory Game mobile application and start consuming the Web API that we’ve just created in the Chapter 3. Go head and navigate to MemoryGame.App project and then create the following folders:
  • REST – this folder is where we put the class for managing REST API calls.

  • Services – this folder is where we put the interfaces that the application is going to need.

  • Classes – this folder is where application-specific classes such as Helpers, Settings, and ...

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