Extend your Xamarin Android app with OpenStreetMap

In this article I want to show how to display OpenStreetMap map material in a Xamarin.Android app. OSMSharp is used for this purpose. For those interested in using OpenStreetMap in conjunction with OSMSharp and Xamarin.iOS, be sure to check out my OpenStreetMap within your Xamarin.iOS app article.

Sebastian Seidel
Sebastian Seidel

Als Mobile-Enthusiast und Geschäftsführer der Cayas Software GmbH ist es mir ein großes Anliegen, mein Team und unsere Kunden zu unterstützen, neue potenziale zu entdecken und gemeinsam zu wachsen. Hier schreibe ich vor allem zur Entwicklung von Android und iOS-Apps mit Xamarin und .NET MAUI.

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