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Last post Jan 24, 2013 06:06 PM by skakumani
Jan 24, 2013 05:41 PM|LINK
This is my first post. If there are any mistakes, I aplogize you.
Please help me if there are any solutions for this.
Jan 24, 2013 05:54 PM|LINK
Yes they are very solid. They give you .NET 4.0 with all of that capability & the ability to share data access, networking/API integration, and business logic in shared assemblies. You'll of course have to write the user interface portion of the applications
in C# but specific to the platform.
For example, MonoTouch is like Cocoa in C#. It will feel unlike your typical .NET programming style, so make sure you get comfortable reading Objective-C for documentation & assistance.
Also recommended is to follow the UI guidelines of the platform in question. Don't create a cookie cutter app for all platforms or it will suck everywhere.
But please look this answer.its may be helping you
Jan 24, 2013 06:06 PM|LINK
Thank you. We are using .NET 3.5. I will check that link. One more thing is We can not use Mono
now. Because, Our application is already completed and using by clients.