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You MUST be Cross Platform
Visual Studio Magazine just posted on their site that Android will ship in One Billion devices in 2014 . The article is based on the following report from Gartner . The key takeaway is that we no longer live in a "Windows World." There are devices of...
Mapping and Location with Xamarin.Android (formerly Mono for Android)
Real Estate is all about location, location, location. Mobile is about maps, location and maps. Maps are an excellent mechanism to communicate information about locations. Maps are graphical, and you know that a picture is worth a thousand words. When...
Free Xamarin Studio and Free Chapters 1-4 Professional Android Programming with Mono for Android and .NET/C#
On February 20, Xamarin announced a new version of MonoDevelop called Xamarin Studio . We've been big fans of Xamarin and Miguel de Icaza's work all the way back to the inception of the Mono project so we're especially amped to see Xamarin release a Free...
Learn Cross Platform Development for iPhone, iPad, and Android with LearnNowOnline, MonoTouch, and Mono for Android using .NET/C#
I would like to highly encourage you to learn Cross Platform Development for iPhone, iPad, and Android with LearnNowOnline, MonoTouch, and Mono for Android using .NET/C#. By taking your existing knowledge, you can build applications that are best of breed...
Databinding a ListView with Mono for Android
The world lives on data. Data is all around us and in many forms: salespeople need to know what customers have spent; twitter users want to know what their friends are saying. How do we as developers present data to a user? In Android, we use the ListView...
Cross-Platform Mobile Development With Mono for Android and MonoTouch
Many years ago, in fact pre-Java, I remember a hallway discussion about the desire to write a single application that could easily run across various platforms. At the time, we were only worried about writing applications on Windows 3.1 and Mac OS 7.x...
Video Training - Android Advanced Development Using Mono for Android 4
This course is about how to use Mono for Android with Tablets and the new Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich release . The course introduces Android Tablets and Fragments, new controls that are available through Android 4.0, new application programming interfaces...
Lights, Camera, Action with Mono for Android Article in Visual Studio Magazine
Multimedia is expected in today's mobile applications, and the fun isn't only for smartphone and tablet users. Mono for Android, based on the Mono project's open source implementation of the Microsoft .NET Framework, can help you take advantage of Android...
Mono for Android Book has been Released!!!!!
If I understand things correctly, and I make no guarantees that I do, our Mono for Android book has been RELEASED! I'm not quite sure what this means, but my guess is that that it has been printed and is being shipped to various book sellers. So, if you...
Mobile: Wrox Cross Platform Mobile Development - iPhone, iPad, Android, and everything with .NET & C#
Wrox has produced a bundle of their 3 best selling mobile development books and it is available as of Today (March 16) . A bundle of 3 best-selling and respected mobile development e-books from Wrox form a complete library on the key tools and techniques...
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