I am using a custom Label in my Xaml that has a custom renderer. This seems to work fine in Android, but not in iOS.
Repro: Run the app in iOS. Tap Home to go to Home page. Tap Login. A modal Login page will show up with a switch. Toggle (or not) switch and tap Done. Back in Home page, it checks for results in INavigationAware.OnNavigatedTo() and displays a dialog box. In iOS, however, it is not getting called when I use XfLabel that has custom renderer. Not using a custom renderer will result in correct behavior.
Is XF's ExportRenderer mechanism messing with Prism's DI somehow on iOS?
Sample code: https://github.com/hnabbasi/xamarin/tree/master/XFPrism/XFPrism
For anyone having this issue. It was an oversight in my custom renderer, as pointed out by Brian Lagunas as well. Instead of updating the native control in OnElementChanged(), I was updating the XF Element.
Should update the native control, like this
Control.TextColor = UIColor.Purple; // iOS
Control.SetTextColor(Android.Graphics.Color.Purple); // Android
Element.TextColor = Color.Purple;
Moral of this story: Haste makes Waste ;)