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ASP.NET Podcast Show #149 - MonoDroid Development on the Apple Macintosh OSX
Given that I have a cast on my arm, I installed the MonoDroid Development Framework for Apple Macs today. I walked through it and found that things are pretty much the same as with the MonoDroid plugin for Visual Studio 2010. This post shows the video...
MonoDroid on the Mac
I finally decided to test out the new MonoDroid on Mac preview. It works, and it works almost exactly like MonoDroid on Visual Studio 2010. Here are some screen shots: Creating a project. Intellisense works when I try and create a new layout. Starting...
Developing for the Apple iPad in .NET
If you are in the technology field, or within the listening range of modern media, you've heard of the Apple iPad. The fact that it runs an updated version of the Apple iPhone OS is a big plus if you are looking to do development on the platform. I've...
UIPicker in the iPhone with MonoTouch
The UIPicker is visually different than the drop down listbox that most .NET developers are familiar, however, it is designed to perform the same type of function. It allows users to select from a fixed set of data isntead of typing in data in a text...
The Mono / MonoTouch Soft Debugger
Honestly, I thought that it was really cool when the Novell guys put a soft debugger into Mono/MonoTouch so that it is possible to debug an application running on the iPhone Simulator or on the actual device. Basically, its a set of code inside of MonoTouch...
Be careful what you name a Project or Solution in MonoDevelop
I downloaded and installed MonoDevelop 2.2 on my Windows 7 laptop as well as installing Mono 2.6. Everything installed correctly. I decided to create my first ASP.NET web application and see if this will actually work. I created an ASP.NET Web Project...
Posted: Jan 02 2010, 10:15 AM by Wallym | with 1 comment(s)
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