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The Xamarin.Forms Application base class has a Resources property that you can use to share a resource dictionary accross all pages of your app. If your app was created before Xamarin.Forms 1.4 you'll need to make sure you update and make your main App class inherit from the new Application class.
If you like to do everything in code rather than XAML then you can create a ResourceDictionary in the constructor of you App class:
public class App : Application
Resources = new ResourceDictionary();
Resources.Add("ForegroundThemeColor", … more
If you're interested in finding out more about Xamarin Forms you may find the following interesting:
Free eBook: Creating Mobile Apps with Xamarin.Forms by Charles Petzold (Preview edition)
Video: Creating your first Xamarin.Forms App (Xamarin Evolve 2014)
Video: Xamarin.Forms is Even Cooler Than You Think (Xamarin Evolve 2014)
Video: XAML for Xamarin.Forms (Xamarin Evolve 2014)
Video: Extending Xamarin.Forms with Custom Controls (Xamarin Evolve 2014)
As a fun Christmasy project I've made a simple Advent Calendar for Windows 8. It comes with awesome illustrations from my good friend Hexjibber and is the prefect way to count down the days till Christmas.
Get this awesome Advent Calender now from the Windows Store.
Enjoy and have a happy Christmas! more
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