[Mono-list] Cross-platform GUI Applications

Daniel Morgan monodanmorg at yahoo.com
Thu Mar 20 14:50:34 EDT 2008

I would go with the top first, and then the next...


I have found GTK# to be good on Windows, Linux, and
Solaris.  I have read it works good on Mac OS X
natively too.  However, if you want to use gtk# on
windows, try to stay away from Gnome-specific stuff.

--- Lee Jenkins <lee at datatrakpos.com> wrote:

> Hi all,
> I'm considering moving from a different
> language/platform for development to 
> .net/Mono and I'm unsure as to what path
> GUI/Windowed application will take from 
> now on.  I've done a little development with
> .net/mono over the last couple of 
> years, but not enough to consider myself
> "comfortable" with the platform.
> I want to write GUI applications that are portable
> between Windows (.net) and 
> Linux (mono), but I'm unsure of what the best route
> would be.
> WinForms?  WPF?
> I don't mind developing to the least common
> denominator for GUI controls and 
> such, but I am unsure as to which technology is
> 1) Most portable between .net/Windows and
> Mono/Linux.
> 2) Most enduring for the next few years?
> 3) Actually works ;)
> Are developers successfully deploying substantive
> GUI applications between 
> Windows/linux with Mono?
> Thanks for your help and input.
> -- 
> Warm Regards,
> Lee
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