Novell Releases New Software Development Framwork for .NET and C# Android Developers

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Novell has just released a new software development framework for developers who are looking to build Android apps using Microsoft's proprietary .NET and C# languages. Novell advised that Mono for Android will now allow developers to build Microsoft .NET applications while in their familiar Visual Studio tool without the need to learn new tools.

Novell's Mono for Android will recieve new tools for Microsoft .NET Visual Studio developers

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