If you are looking for a modern or powerful Integrated Development Environment, Xamarin is the best option for you. It comes equipped with Visual Studio. It has attractive features such as code auto-completion, project template library, and sophisticated projects. It generates real-native binary code output and high performance by providing .NET/C# framework. This results in true native applications.
If you are trying to develop complex applications that will run on multiple platforms in a cost-effective way, Xamarin is the way forward. As opposed to developing an application from scratch which is expensive and tedious, developers can syndicate a portion of the single code base using C#. Mobile apps that are developed using C# come with a host of familiar features that are used in Swift, Java, and Objective-C.
When it comes to device-specific experience with the help of native APIs that have high performance, Xamarin excels on all accounts. It can be used to create UX or UI that users of a specific application are familiar with. With the help of Xamarin, one can perform functionality testing for bugs or execute Quality Analysis across multiple devices. This, in turn, helps in ensuring smooth integration.