Entries Tagged 'Linux' ↓
January 9th, 2009 — .NET, Linux
Ryan Paul at Ars Technia has an interesting piece about Mono and it’s implications for bringing .NET to some unexpecd platforms through Static compilation.
This opens the door for .NET development for iPhone, Android, and the Wii. It’s a short article but does get the juices flowing.
Source: Open source Mono framework brings C# to iPhone and Wii
December 3rd, 2008 — Linux
For those who haven’t been following along. Moonlight is an open source Silverlight runtime for Linux and Version 1.0 Beta 1 is now officially available for download on the Mono Project website.
November 21st, 2008 — Linux, OSX, Silverlight
According to BetaNews the public beta of Moonlight, a Silverlight runtime for Linux that is part of the Mono project, will be released within the next several days.
In the next stage of what has turned out to be a more successful project than even its creators envisioned, the public beta of Moonlight — a runtime library for Linux supporting sites that expect Silverlight — is expected within days.
May 16th, 2008 — Linux, Silverlight
According to a blog post by Miguel de Icaza, VP of Engineering at Novell and lead on the Moonlight project, the first public release of Moonlight was made available on Tuesday. This is a source code release which supports Silverlight 1.0.
I don’t have an environment to test it on, if you do let us know how it’s working out.
August 9th, 2007 — Linux, Silverlight, WPF
Miguel de Icaza announced this week that they’ve got Silverlight Chess working on Mono’s Moonlight. Nice.
June 18th, 2007 — Linux, Silverlight, WPF
Novells VP of Development Miguel de Icaza plans to present the Silverlight 1.1 plugin for Linux at Mix07 in Paris later this week.
Via - Application Development Trends Magazine