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We are using following code snippet for converting a view from Xamarin.Forms to native iOS/Android.
internal static IVisualElementRenderer Convert(Xamarin.Forms.View source, Xamarin.Forms.VisualElement valid)
IVisualElementRenderer render = (IVisualElementRenderer)source.GetValue(RendererProperty);
if (render == null)
render = Platform.CreateRenderer(source);
if (valid != null)
var p = PlatformProperty.GetValue(valid);
if (p != null)
After updating to the latest Xamarin.Forms version( 126.96.36.199-pre2) we were unable to access the PlatformProperty.GetValue() method.
Is that the property has been removed and Is there any other way to achieve our requirement ?
Can you please upload a small reproduction to see exactly what you're doing aside from that code being used? This worked for you in 2.3.4?
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