Mono for Android Open for Developer Testing
Attention developers! MonoDroid is now open for you to work with! ReadWriteWeb announced to us that the new version is free of the little bugs that the previous version had. For those not in the know, MonoDroid is a development stack for using C# and core .NET APIs to develop Android-based applications.
Mono for Android also offers the following:
- The same OpenTK library popular among .NET developers on Windows, Linux, iPhone, allowing you to share the same OpenGL logic across platforms.
- Support for the full JIT (unlike iOS)
- Templates for C# (but other .NET compilers should work, if they reference MonoDroid’s libraries).
- Last, but certainly not least, MonoDroid is now supported on Mac OS X.
Developers can get started with testing Mono for Android here.
The project head, Miguiel de Icaza said that the new version is more suited for mobile phones, and should be more user-friendly for all those who wish to utilize it.
Any dev’s currently using mono? Let us know your thoughts on the new version.
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