[Mono-list] Advice Needed / Cross-Platform Server Application
greenboxal at gmail.com
Tue Jan 21 01:44:36 UTC 2014
You just use your C#, .NET and ASP.NET MVC stack with Mono on any supported
environment. You only need a license from Xamarin if you need to static
link the runtime with the application which isn't the case for common
applications. Only iOS has this real requirement.
As for the database, you can stick to any SGDB like MySQL, MariaDB,
On Mon, Jan 20, 2014 at 11:22 PM, Greg Deward <greg.deward at gmail.com> wrote:
> Could someone please provide some current proven real-world
> recommendations for leveraging Microsoft-based technologies (C#, .NET, WCF
> / ASP.NET MVC / etc.) for building a large-scale cross-platform
> application while minimizing licensing costs for the finished product?
> I’ve been reading about the various Mono packages, Xamarin, SUSE, etc.,
> etc., etc. and am thoroughly confused. There are tons of discussions but
> nobody really saying, “This is how it’s done” or “These are the tools and
> combinations we used to build ____ successfully.”
> For what it’s worth, SQL Server / C# / .NET / ASP.NET MVC / Windows has
> been my primary environment since around 2000. As much as I’d love to
> entertain the idea of using Objective-C, Java, or some other technology, I
> just don’t have the time to venture out that far. I need to stick to the
> technologies I know (as much as possible) while ensuring minimal licensing
> costs for my customers. The thought of requiring a customer to spend
> $100’s or $1,000’s for OS or database licensing is not something I want.
> What are the easiest / most elegant tools (from a developer’s perspective)
> for doing this? Is there a certain Linux distro that would be best for a
> target platform? A best mix of tools like Xamarin and Mono?
> Thanx, in advance.
> - G. Deward
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