Xamarin android import library
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You can use a Java Bindings Library to use any AAR or JAR file in Xamarin for Android. Note that, due to some differences between C# and Java, it's possible that you'll have to do a little bit of manual mapping (there's an XML format provided for that). Using this, the compiler will take care of all the JNI bindings and other "plumbing" for you; it'll even convert naming conventions (e.g. prefix interface names with "I").Автор: EJoshuaS - Reinstate Monica Размещён: 18.07.2016 06:40
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Are you using xamarin in visual studio ? if yes then you can simply go to tools and then nuget package manager and install packages.More over you can also search packages on nuget.org its the best siteАвтор: Danish Nazir Размещён: 22.07.2016 06:46
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First thing, check nuget if what you look is already there.
If it is not there, use this VS extension: https://github.com/EgorBo/Xamarin.GradleBindings
Download the extension from here:
Then after adding the extension to Visual Studio, right click on your reference and then you will see
Add Dependency via gradle
- Put the dependency id.
- Choose the dependencies you need and download them.
- DONT FORGET to put the dependency into your Jar folder (because you might the produced member in your reference dll).
- You might need to fix the problems by adding some lines in the metadata.xml*.
- If you still don't get any members, you can extract the classes.jar file from the .aar file then rename it to the package file and follow the .jar binding instructions:
*Refer to binding troubleshooting to fix any issue you face (most of the binding needs that step of fixing the metadata.xml): https://developer.xamarin.com/guides/android/advanced_topics/binding-a-java-library/troubleshooting-bindings/ )Автор: Yaser Al-Najjar Размещён: 05.06.2017 12:36