Xamarin.Android Online Skills Test

Topics covered

Push notification, Custom Controls, Local storage, Webview, Working with Images, Alarm Manager, Video, Map, SMS, SQLite, Page Layout

  • MAQ (Multiple Answer Question)
  • MCQ (Multiple Choice Question)
  • Descriptive Question
  • White Board Simulator
  • Coding Simulator
  • Audio Question
  • Video Question
  • Case Study Question

Xamarin.Android Online Test helps Recruiting Team and Employers to effectively assess the Xamarin.Android skills of an applicant before an interview. Xamarin.Android allows us to create native Android application using the same UI controls in Java except with the flexibility and elegance of a modern language such as C#, the power of Dot Net Base Class and Xamarin Studio at the fingertips. Xamarin Android development test is designed to check the Android development and programming skills of Xamarin developer- as per Industry Standards.
 
Xamarin.Android skills test contains questions on following Topics:
 

  • Push notification

  • Custom Controls

  • Local storage

  • Webview

  • Working with Images, Alarm Manager, Video, Map, SMS

  • SQLite

  • Page Layout 


This Xamarin Android interview test is designed by our subject matter experts to evaluate & hire Xamarin developer. Using powerful reporting, you can have a detailed analysis of the test results to help you make a better hiring decision and predict the candidate’s performance.

The test contains MCQ's (Multiple Choice Questions), MAQ's (Multiple Answer Questions), Fill in the Blank, Descriptive, True or False.

This pre-employment test is useful for hiring:
  • Xamarin Developer

  • Xamarin Consultant

Test details:

Xamarin.Android Online Test enables employers and recruiters to identify & hire Xamarin Developer by evaluating working skills and job readiness. For this reason, the emphasis is laid upon evaluating the knowledge of applied skills gained through real work experience, rather than theoretical knowledge.

Test Details: 30 minutes 

20 Application Questions


The combination of Application and Theory questions helps to evaluate Technical as well as practical Skills of Candidates.

Xamarin Test (Xamarin.Android Test)

Question #1 of 3

How can you check the connectivity of internet in Xamarin.android?

    • ConnectivityManager connectivityManager = (ConnectivityManager) GetSystemService();
      NetworkInfo activeConnection = connectivityManager.ActiveNetworkInfo;
      bool isOffline = (activeConnection == null) && activeConnection.IsConnected;

    • ConnectivityManager connectivityManager = (ConnectivityManager) GetSystemService(ConnectivityService);
      NetworkInfo activeConnection = connectivityManager.ActiveNetworkInfo;
      bool isOnline = (activeConnection != null) && activeConnection.IsConnected;

    • ConnectivityManager connectivityManager = (ConnectivityManager) GetSystemService();
      NetworkInfo activeConnection = connectivityManager.ActiveNetworkInfo;
      bool isOnline = (activeConnection != null) && activeConnection.IsConnected;

    • ConnectivityManager connectivityManager = (ConnectivityManager) GetSystemService();
      NetworkInfo activeConnection = connectivityManager.ActiveNetworkInfo;
      bool isOnline = (activeConnection == null) && activeConnection.Connected;

Question #2 of 3

How can you send SMS from your Xamarin.Android Application?

    • SmsManager.Default.SendTextMessage ("1234567890",null,"Hello from Xamarin.Android",null,null);
      var smsUri = Android.Net.Uri.Parse("smsto:1234567890");
      var smsIntent = new Intent (Intent.ActionSendto, smsUri);
      smsIntent.PutExtra ("Hello from Xamarin.Android");

    • SmsManager.Default.SendTextMessage ("1234567890",null,"Hello from Xamarin.Android",null,null);
      var smsUri = Android.Net.Uri.Parse("smsto:1234567890");
      var smsIntent = new Intent (Intent.ActionSendto, smsUri);
      smsIntent.PutExtra ("sms_body", "Hello from Xamarin.Android");
      StartActivity (smsIntent);

    • SmsManager.Default.SendTextMessage ("1234567890",null,null);
      var smsUri = Android.Net.Uri.Parse("smsto:1234567890");
      var smsIntent = new Intent (Intent.ActionSendto, smsUri);
      smsIntent.PutExtra ("sms_body", "Hello from Xamarin.Android");
      StartActivity (smsIntent);

    • SmsManager.SendTextMessage ("1234567890",null,"Hello from Xamarin.Android",null,null);
      var smsUri = Android.Net.Uri.Parse("smsto:1234567890");
      var smsIntent = new Intent (Intent.ActionSendto);
      smsIntent.PutExtra ("sms_body", "Hello from Xamarin.Android");

Question #3 of 3

How can you show google map view in Xamarin.android?

    • MapFragment mapFrag = (MapFragment) FragmentManager.FindFragmentById(my_mapfragment_container);
      GoogleMap map = mapFrag.Map;
      if (map != null) {}

    • MapFragment mapFrag = FragmentManager.FindFragmentById(Resource.Id.my_mapfragment_container);
      GoogleMap map = mapFrag.Map;
      if (map != null) {}

    • MapFragment mapFrag = (MapFragment) FragmentManager.FindFragmentById(Resource.Id.my_mapfragment_container);
      GoogleMap map = mapFrag.Map;
      if (map != null) {}

    • MapFragment mapFrag = (MapFragment) FragmentManager (Resource.Id.my_mapfragment_container);
      GoogleMap map = mapFrag.Map;
      if (map != null) {}

SAMPLE REPORT
Candidate Name: David Messi Test Date: 28-May-2014
Test Name: Xamarin Test (Xamarin.Android Test) Test Start Time: 13.30

Score: 18 Out Of 20

Percentage: 90

Result: PASS

passing score image
SECTION PERFORMANCE
Section Name FAIL PASS
XamarinAndroid
Score: 18/20
STRENGTH AND WEAKNESS
Strength XamarinAndroid
Weakness -
* Note: If score <= 40 then its a Weakness. If score >= 80 then its a Strength.
ONLINE PROCTORING
0%
10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100%
Tolerable Limit Not acceptable
Window Violation: 0 | Time Violation: 0 secs
CANDIDATE DETAILS
Gender : Male Phone Number : +1-541-754-3010
Total Experience (Years) : 3 Total Experience (Months) : 5
Skill Set : XamarinAndroid Current Employer : Interview Mocha
Current Job Title : Solution Architect Current Salary : 600.00
Expected Salary : 1000000.00 Current Location : Chicago

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