i OS and OS X applications developed in Objective-C can benefit from Xamarin by leveraging C# in places where platform-specific code is not required, allowing such code to be used on non-Apple devices.
When creating a binding to Objective-C code from C# or when porting Objective-C to C#, understanding these similarities is useful.
Both Objective-C and C# are single inheritance languages.
The function to change the Label is called in multiple places, yet the height ONLY updates just inside the @IBAction block, and its value lags one click cycle.
I want to change a text of a label but I can't do it, I can see it changing on the shell but not on the UI.
However, both languages have support for implementing multiple interfaces in a given class.