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Fun with Xamarin: Building a Simple Working Memory Game App with Web API and SignalR

This article will walk you through on how to build a simple data-driven mobile game application using the power of Xamarin and Web API. We will also build a real-time leader board page using ASP.NET SignalR.

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Vincent Maverick Durano
Software Developer
United States United States
A code monkey who loves to drink beer, play guitar and listen to music.

My exploration into programming began at the age of 15;Turbo PASCAL, C, C++, JAVA, VB6, Action Scripts and a variety of other equally obscure acronyms, mainly as a hobby. After several detours, I am here today on the VB.NET to C# channel. I now work on ASP.NET/Core + C# + MSSQL/Postgres + EF + Web API + JavaScripts + AJAX + Xamarin, which go together like coffee crumble ice cream.

9-time Microsoft MVP, 3-time C# Corner MVP, CodeProject MVP, Microsoft Influencer, Dzone MVB and a regular contributor at CodeAsp.Net in which I also moderate, C# Corner, AspSnippets, Xamarin but more often at the official Microsoft ASP.NET community site where I became one of the All-Time Top Answerer with ALL-STAR recognition level (the highest attainable level).

My main interests include technologies, travel, beaches, mountains, paintings, arts, supernatural, ghosts, angels, vampires, mythology, mysteries, para-sciences , scifi ,music, guitar, cars and motorbikes.

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