[Mono-list] Mono and AJAX

Adam Tauno Williams adam at morrison-ind.com
Fri Dec 21 09:24:31 EST 2007

> I am primarily a Dot.Net 2.0 C# developer, in some cases using Com 
> Interop to work with legacy VBA apps. I am about to rewrite one of these 
> apps and have permission to explore Open Source since we have no desire 
> to upgrade all of our MS software (yet again). The two main options are 
> Apache Geronimo with Java or JRuby and Mono. This is *not* an A vs B 
> question. No flames please! :-) I just want to know the tool set that 
> would be most appropriate for developing a Mono/AJAX application. It is 
> not entirely clear to me which tools would make the development easiest. 
> That includes an IDE since my days of using vi (or even JEdit) as my 
> primary editor are long gone. Would I continue to use VS2005 or switch 
> to MonoDevelop?  I understand that AJAX is primarily a client-side 
> technology but ASP.Net AJAX has some nice features that appear to make 
> development easier.

Take a look at the Gaia widgets,  they work with Mono.
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