The question then arises about the future of Xamarin we can re-frame it as the future of either the app and the future of the developers included in developing the app. So Xamarin is a very popular platform. It is a cross-platformed mobile application framework which generally supports iOS and Android development.
Now Microsoft is the owner of Xamarin and thus it uses all its applications and other features. But some Tech Leaders feel that in the long run, Microsoft may be a bigger threat to Xamarin. Why? you might be asking. The answer is simple Microsoft’s Universal Application Program has given permissions to .Net for working on Mac and Linux and for this reason many feel this, in the long run, may severely bypass Xamarin.
Xamarin who always believes to struggle with .Net for its class libraries, SDKs and server frameworks, and other stuff but if things can be seen closely, we can see that the competition lies atmosphere of testing tools and development. Xamarin needs to keep its eyes open on the fact that how many apps are being developed in the genre of Testing and Cross platforming and to compete with them is to succeed in the race.
The most important feature the Xamarin possess is the Offline working scope. Yes, when companies grow bigger and larger the most important thing is to enable the frequent works in Offline mode. So that if there is any problem in the network that might not be a barrier for the company’s progress. This logic was taken into account in Xamarin Evolve 2016 in which the developers are working so that the organization can proceed further keep behind network issues. The developers are making it possible to access most of the tools in the offline mode.
I feel Xamarin has always been a progressive app development site and with the backing of Microsoft, it will only grow taller. So, talking about the future it's clear and crystal it seems! Fingers crossed!