[Mono-dev] Migrating Mono 2.0. Crossplatform GUI components.

Jonathan Pobst monkey at jpobst.com
Sat May 17 10:53:12 EDT 2008

I guess it depends on your requirements.  .Net (and Mono) comes with a 
toolbar, grid, and tree.  So part of it will be figuring out what 
additional functionality you need that you are getting from third party 

Right now, I do not know of any third party controls that work out of 
the box with Mono.  Hopefully, with the release of Mono 2.0, this will 
change as we work with some third party vendors to get their controls 
working on Mono.


Yakov Danilov wrote:
> Hi everyone.
>     Because of Mono 2.0. release our firm has some plans about creation of crossplatorm client that could be used with .Net 2.0 on Windows and Mono 2.0 on Linux systems.
>     Business logic can be used without any problem, but GUI has been created using Infragistics components that have too many Win Api calls and can be used only on Windows.
>     Thats why we need components written in managed C# and WinForms that can be used on both platforms. Basically we need Toobar, Grid, Tree. At this time I find only SourceGrid. Can anybody advice us such components? Writing own components too  laborious.
> p.s. Sorry if my English is not so well.
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