Xamarin Tools, Part 3 of 3: Mobile Platforms

with expert Wallace McClure

In this course, we will take a quick look at Monocross. With Monocross, we can have a device container, such as an iPhone or Android container. Outside of that device container, we have device independent code that we can use. Then we’ll look how to use MonoTouch and Mono for Android to build applications that run on handsets as well as tablets. For iOS, this means that we can use a Universal application to build an app that runs on the iPhone as well as iPad. For Android, this means that we can build one application that can run on handsets and tablets. To end the course we’ll look at a few pitfalls that developers need to be aware of when building applications using MonoTouch and Mono for Android.

Advanced | 0h 54m | January 07, 2013

XamarinXamarin ToolsC#Mobile

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Wallace McClure

Wallace McClure specializes in building applications that have large numbers of users and large amounts of data as well as user interface specific technologies such as AJAX, iPhone, and Android. He is a Microsoft MVP, ASPInsider, and a partner in Scalable Development, Inc. Wally has authored books on iPhone Programming with Mono/MonoTouch, Android Programming with Mono for Android, application architecture, ADO.NET and SQL Server, and finally AJAX.

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