#StackBounty: #web-services #xamarin #master-detail #project-template Is Xamarin Master-Detail Template Broken When used with Azure Bac…

Bounty: 50

The Master-Detail template in Xamarin has typically been a great starting point for many of my apps that work with .Net Core Backing Service. For review it has a Dependency service in the Client that allows Mocking of the Azure Backing Service or connection to a real or local service while in development.

The control variable generated by the template is public static bool UseMockDataStore = true;

All Code discussed is completely found here: https://github.com/BicycleMark/SignalRGB

I created a Xamarin Master-Detail project naming it SignalRGB and did the following:

  1. The solution project structure looks like:
    Solution Explored Visual Studio 2019
  2. I start Instance one Visual Studio 2019 And Run SignalRGB.Web
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3) Made Note of url: [https://localhost:44300]
4) Opened another Instance of Visual Studio (2) to run client with UseMockDataSource=false / The default it displayed results in Client using MockDataSource

5)went to these lines and updated Client for talking to my local server waiting for an http request :

 public static string AzureBackendUrl =
            //DeviceInfo.Platform == DevicePlatform.Android ? "" : "http://localhost:44300";
            DeviceInfo.Platform == DevicePlatform.Android ? "http://localhost:44300" : "http://localhost:44300";
        public static bool UseMockDataStore = false;
        public App()
            if (UseMockDataStore)
            MainPage = new MainPage();
  1. Went and ran SignalRGB.UWP from VS Instance(2) and client application hung on the line GetStringAsync():
         bool IsConnected => Connectivity.NetworkAccess == NetworkAccess.Internet;
         public async Task<IEnumerable<Item>> GetItemsAsync(bool forceRefresh = false)
             if (forceRefresh && IsConnected)
                 var json = await client.GetStringAsync ($"api/item");
                 items = await Task.Run(() => JsonConvert.DeserializeObject<IEnumerable<Item>>(json));
             return items;

I have tried other platforms iOS and get same result:

What Am I doing wrong here?

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