Forms.RecurrenceToolkit is discontinued

Just as Xamarin.Forms is changing to a .NET MAUI, banditoth.Forms.RecurrenceToolkit will also undergo a change. As of today, I do not plan to develop any new functionality in the aforementioned package. Some parts of the package will be developed for .NET MAUI compatibility. You will be able to find the new packages in the future with the banditoth.MAUI prefix, which will also be available on GitHub.
I would like to thank you for the more than 2700 downloads.
Bug fixes will continue to be made, so if someone actually uses this for a live application, in that case no worries.

Let’s look at some statistics. The most popular package was MVVM with a total of 623 downloads. This was followed by the Logging package with 459 downloads. The Multilanguage and Converters packages were similarly successful, with around 430 downloads.

I will be back soon with MAUI packages 😉

Xamarin and Aspect Orientated Programming

I have started implementing my very first AOP like library, which is now available for testing in as a pre-release version.

This package is a part of my Xamarin.Forms Toolkit, and it is a good time to say thank you for using all of the three packages more than 500 times.
When I had published them, I thought the only user will be me. 🙂

In the first release of the package (1.0.0-pre-01), you can decorate your methods with attributes, in order to listen for Entering the method, and Exiting the method.

This can be handy for example, when you need to log your method invocations (Firebase analytics, Basic logging) or when you need to measure the elapsed time of the method run.

    public void BoringMethod()

For example, the following code above will result the output below:

yaaay on enter!
2021. 05. 25. 16:56:01
yaaaay on exit

This can be achieved implementing IMethodDecorator class like this:

    public class ConsoleYaay : Attribute, IMethodDecorator
        public ConsoleYaay()


        public void OnEnter()
            Console.WriteLine("yaaay on enter!");

        public void OnExit()
            Console.WriteLine("yaaaay on exit");

Try it in your project

Let’s jump to to see the code, or to download it as a package

Future improvements

This package can be improved in a lot of aspects, so stay tuned for more details. Or just simply make a pull request with your ideas 🙂

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