Posted 8 August 2017, 10:40 am ESTComponentOne Studio for Xamarin will be replacing Xuni after the 2017v2 release this year. Xuni users with active licenses will be grandfathered into the new platform and will be able to use their keys with it with no changes. Significantly, this means there will be no further development of native iOS and Android, though we welcome those users to try the new Xamarin controls, and we will allow those those keys to work with our Xamarin.iOS and Xamarin.Android controls for those interested in migrating.You can read more details here.
ComponentOne Studio for Xamarin Replaces Xuni in July 2017
Posted by: kelleyricker on 8 August 2017, 10:40 am EST
Replied 8 August 2017, 10:40 am ESTHi,
we are using the XUni FlexGrid native Android lib for our product developement.
Our customers want to upgrade to Android 7, but without a bugfix for the FlexGrid rendering issue (reported in Xamarin.Android forum before) where first rows of grid are always flickering we can't rollout our product to dedicated Android 7 devices!
Hope there will be a fix for this issue in your next native Android XUni FlexGrid 2017v2 release?