Xamarin is a great tool for building cross-platform applications by using .NET coding. Currently Visual Studio has released the 2015 preview. Using Xamarin with that version will not always work as expected. This blog post describes the necessary steps to be taken to get Xamarin working running Visual Studio 2015 preview.


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  1. You should see the way it doesn’t like VS 2017 Community when you try to install ADAL and can’t ever remove Windows Phone 8/8.1/Silverlight to get it to install. That’s a lot of fun too.


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