MonoDevelop now has integrated support for NuGet while the Mono project sees various improvements with release 3.0.3.
Xwt is .NET Framework based open source UI toolkit for Mono and .NET and is used for the creation of desktop applications that run on multiple platforms from the same codebase.
MonoDevelop 3.0 has been released and there are several new features that focus on performance and developer productivity, especially for C# developers.
Xamarin has announced a visual designer for their Mono for Android development tool integrated with Visual Studio or MonoDevelop.
Version 2.6 of MonoDevelop, the open-source IDE for .NET and Mono development, includes several new features, the most notable of which are Git integration and support for the Mac platform via the MonoMac add-in.
Mono is back where it started. Miguel de Icaza and his developers have all legal rights to continue developing Mono and all related products due to an agreement with SUSE, now part of The Attachmate Group.
Earlier this week, the Mono folks released the Mono Packager for OSX and refreshed the MonoMac library and templates. Developers can now create self-contained Mono applications which can be distributed via the Apple App Store.
MonoDroid brings the whole Mono VM to Android, enabling .NET developers to write applications for Google’s mobile OS. Developers now can write applications targeting iOS, Android, and Windows Phone 7.
MonoDevelop has become the third IDE to support Microsoft’s F# language. With .NET support essentially dead on the Eclipse IDE and WebMatrix being targeted for causal developers, it is likely to be the last IDE to add support for it in the foreseeable future.
Last week Miguel de Icaza published a long post listing all the work the Mono team at Novell has been doing since the move to GitHub in July 2010. Much of the new work has been around language development and MonoDevelop improvements.
Within 24 hours of the announcement of the new iPad tablet from Apple, the MonoTouch team has released MonoTouch 1.9 (alpha), which is focused on helping developers to write .NET application for the iPad.
MonoDevelop has become the first cross platform .NET IDE supporting development on Linux, Mac OS X and Windows.
In this interview made by Greg Young of InfoQ, Joseph Hill talks about the current status of Mono, the release of Mono 2.0, and important developments related to Mono like Cecil, MoMA, and Moonlight.
Though still officially just a research project, the excitement over F# continues unabated. In today's roundup, we take a brief look at what's new for F#.
Microsoft Office developers have long bragged about their ability to control pretty much anything in Office via COM automation. But unbeknownst to most, OpenOffice developers have a few tricks up their sleeve.