[Mono-aspnet-list] Working on team with guys using VS2010
nathan at integratedwebsystems.com
Thu Oct 27 09:35:35 EDT 2011
I've had little experience with it, but enough to know that sometimes your
solution and project files may change a little as you add-remove projects or
references. For the most part they seem to stay the same. With the latest
MonoDevelop, you can debug web projects, which is great. However, it's not
Visual Studio and MVC3 support while there isn't tailored. So while you can
still use it, you don't get intellisense or syntax highlighting for Razor.
Our work will be loading up with MacBookPros soon for all the .NET devs;
however I think we'll either be using BootCamp or Parallels for the Windows
environment for Visual Studio.
Hope that helps!
On Thu, Oct 27, 2011 at 8:06 AM, oldprogrammer <dhpublic at gmail.com> wrote:
> I'm curious what problems I might run into if I develop an ASP.Net MVC3 app
> on a Mac with Monodevelop (using a VM for SQL Server) on a team with guys
> using Visual Studio 2010. Would the mix of MonoDevelop and VS2010 cause
> Our stack is ASP.Net MVC3, EF4.1, Ninject, NLog, Moq, and NUnit.
> We are currently deploying to AppHarbor and SQL Azure, but will switch to
> Azure web hosting once our development cycle slows down or our traffic
> I have access to a full Visual Studio 2010 / SQL Server development VM on
> iMac if I need to, but I tend to do most of my development on my Macbook.
> Since I do a fair amount of iOS development, too, I'm in a painful spot
> right caught between two operating systems.
> Any advice? Thanks in advance!
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