[Mono-list] App: Cross Platform Programming
alan.mcgovern at gmail.com
Sun Dec 16 17:08:56 UTC 2012
On 16 December 2012 14:03, svenesaar <info at elaborate-solutions.com> wrote:
> i come from HTML5 Cross Platform Programming and understand the concept that
> all Browsers will show the same (HTML5) App.
> I create in a HTML5 page and each device has the same look.
> Now i want to realize the same concept with mono. But if i understand this
> concept right, than i have to create for each device special views.
Yes, you want to create a native UI for each platform so you can fully
take advantage of the different features of every platform. For
example, an android application which did not work with the hardware
back button would be very strange.
> i tried sample applications and i found for Android and WP7 different
> definitions of pages..
> Only the SQLite connectors was shared between the app.
A typical app will consist of more backend code than UI code. Most of
the backend will be shareable. Large applications can see about 80%
code sharing. http://praeclarum.org/post/15789866032/icircuit-code-reuse-part-trois.
> Sorry this is not cross platform programming.
> I need Help to understand mono....
> Please, help me.
> Thank you
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