SENIOR MOBILE DEVELOPERS ALREADY USE THIS TO SAVE TIME

Quick way to clean temp files & directories in Xamarin projects

Stop manually deleting the bin & obj folders from today

If you have done a weeks’ worth of Xamarin mobile development, you know the need to frequently delete the bin & obj folders in each sub-directory of your solution. This tedious process essentially clears the cache and deletes any improperly built code, so that you can recompile your code, and this magically solves…

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