Recently I’ve had the opportunity to dive deeper and deeper into the Xamarin.Forms platform. At first glance it seems to be a bit overwhelming with all the differences and setup modules you need to get up and running. Forget about managing Activities (Android) and pushing UIControllers on the stack (iOS), with Xamarin.Forms we’re able to get at the heart of what we care about: the content itself.
At the beginning of the project I began to experiment with all the controls that Xamarin.Forms has available, which you can find here. In particular I found my self using the ListView with and “ImageCell” type. This was working out GREAT, showing an employee like directory for the company, but one day after an update with Xamarin.Forms did everything seem to turn bad.