During lately's Build 2016 keynote cope with, Microsoft confirmed off an instance of ways developers could make apps with Xamarin's tools. They permit app makers to create tool with shared code that may run on Windows, iOS and Android systems. Microsoft got Xamarin only a few weeks ahead of Build 2016.
The instance proven on the keynote featured the Windows 10 UWP Microsoft Health app that used to be first inbuilt Visual Studio. The Xamarin tools can create a layer over H#, which permits for "opposite porting" the app to iOS and Android. That lets in developers to make a pass-platform app utterly in Visual Studio, aside from the app's consumer interface.
Stay tuned as we will be able to have extra information from the Build 2016 keynote during the day.