If you're going to develop applications for the iPhone or iPad, you are probably aware of Objective-C. In this article we'll discuss the myriad of options that are available for iPhone and iPad development, some of which focus on Objective-C, and others which allow you to utilize other programming languages.
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Want to develop apps for the iPhone/iPad but don't want to learn Objective C? Read along to learn how to use MonoTouch to build iphone/iPad apps utilizing the power and elegance of the C# programming language.
Coding mistakes can costs dollars and man hours for your projects. Read along to avoid these common mistakes made by C# programmers and help streamline your next project.
Learn to leverage to the power of Microsoft LightSwitch with Brad Jones by creating a simple database, entry screen, and application without writing a single line of C# programming code.
Windows installer has its own way to display installer user interface which is far different from other technologies. MSI supports few controls compared to .Net or other platform. Though it is not very difficult, still it is hard job to develop sophisticated installation package with good user interface, even after using well known installer software. NvnInstaller.MsiDotNet api makes this job easier.
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