[Mono-list] .NET Core
Baltasar García Perez-Schofield
baltasarq at gmail.com
Wed Feb 21 08:23:29 UTC 2018
El mié., 21 feb. 2018 a las 0:41, Alexander Köplinger (<alkpli at microsoft.com>)
> We do indeed regularly contribute to and take code from .NET Core to
> replace old/buggy parts of Mono's class libraries where it makes sense.
> This is an ongoing process.
> .NET Core is currently focused on server-side application development,
> while Mono is primarily used in Xamarin/Unity for mobile or game
> MonoDevelop is still being developed because it is the foundation for
> Visual Studio for Mac (formerly Xamarin Studio) and is a great IDE for both
> mobile development with Xamarin or web app development with .NET Core /
> ASP.NET Core if you're on macOS.
> Hope that helps,
> > On 19 Feb 2018, at 09:46, Baltasar García Perez-Schofield <
> baltasarq at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I'm a little bit confused about .NET Core. At first, I thought it was
> going to be just an open-source implementation of the BCL, and that the
> Mono project was going to contribute to parts of it and adopt other parts
> as well. I thought it was going to be something transparent for the
> application programmer.
> > However, I've checked it out recently and you can install it, it seems
> that it includes a compiler, and Visual Studio Code is the recommended IDE
> to go with.
> > I know that Xamarin is focused in mobile development, but I wonder if
> MonoDevelop is going to still be developed or not; whether Xamarin
> recommends Mono and MonoDevelop or change to .NET Core and Visual Studio
> Code... any hint?
> > Regards,
> > -- Baltasar
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