"Xamarin Forms is great for developing apps on Android, iOS, and Universal Windows Platform (UWP) but it is missing some important features: - Scalable images- NetStandard, PCL and Shared Library, multi-screen / multi-resolution image management- HTML formatted text for labels and buttons- NetStandard, PCL and Shared Library custom font management- Hardware keyboard key detection- On-Screen software keyboard height change events- Support for multiple items of the same MIME type on the clipboard- Support for inter-app Data SharingAndroid developers can use NinePatch bitmaps, the drawable directory naming convention, Html.FromHtml, and a bunch of complex file manipulations to address the image issue. Likewise, iOS developers can use ResizeableImageWithCapInsets, the @2x, @3x, @4x file naming convention, and some 3rd party libraries for this purpose. Forms9Patch enhances Xamarin Forms to make multi-resolution / multi-screen image management, custom fonts, and HTML text formatting easy for NetStandard, PCL, and Shared Libary apps for iOS, Android and UWP"
Project website: https://github.com/baskren/Forms9Patch
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