Xamarin.Android Tutorial:

Getting started with Xamarin.Android

Remarks

Xamarin.Android allows you to create native Android applications using the same UI controls as you would in Java, except with the flexibility and elegance of a modern language (C#), the power of the .NET Base Class Library (BCL), and two first-class IDEs - Xamarin Studio and Visual Studio - at their fingertips.

For more information on installing Xamarin.Android on your Mac or Windows machine, refer to the Getting Started guides on the Xamarin developer center

VersionCode NameAPI LevelRelease Date
1.0None12008-09-23
1.1None22009-02-09
1.5Cupcake32009-04-27
1.6Donut42009-09-15
2.0-2.1Eclair5-72009-10-26
2.2-2.2.3Froyo82010-05-20
2.3-2.3.7Gingerbread9-102010-12-06
3.0-3.2.6Honeycomb11-132011-02-22
4.0-4.0.4Ice Cream Sandwich14-152011-10-18
4.1-4.3.1Jelly Bean16-182012-07-09
4.4-4.4.4, 4.4W-4.4W.2KitKat19-202013-10-31
5.0-5.1.1Lollipop21-222014-11-12
6.0-6.0.1Marshmallow232015-10-05
7.0Nougat242016-08-22

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