A year and a half ago I introduced SwipeCardView 1.0, a lightweight MVVM friendly user control that brings Tinder-style swipe card view into Xamarin.Forms applications. Since then, more than 1000 people downloaded the NuGet package, while the related blog post is no. 1 result on Google for “tinder xamarin”. This proves that people really need this kind of plugin, so I decided to introduce the version 2.0, with a lot of improvements and new features. About This netstandard2.0 library is intended for anyone who wants to build swipeable UI in C#. As it’s built on top of Xamarin.Forms, it works […]
SwipeCardView is a lightweight MVVM friendly user control that brings Tinder-style swipe card view into Xamarin.Forms applications. In this blog post I will talk about card based user interfaces and why they are better than newsfeeds, with the special attention to Tinder approach. Then I will cover in detail the design and the implementation of SwipeCardView. If you are not interested in the background nor implementation details, feel free to jump to the usage example of this PCL library, which is available on NuGet and GitHub.