By: Tim DelChiaro
Abstract: Use Delphi Prism with Mono and Monobjc to build a Cocoa based UI application
Take a journey beyond traditional .NET development to explore how, with Delphi Prism, you can take your existing .NET and Delphi skills and break out of the Windows world by leveraging the Mono project. Find out how you can build cross-platform applications that broaden your reach and gain access to users of Linux and Mac OS X.
Targeting Mac OS X with Delphi Prism and Mono – Part 1
In this video, fifth in a series, Brian focuses on the Mac side to show how with Mono you can use Monobjc to build a Cocoa based UI application.
Watch the full series of six videos, download a white paper, and register for a free webinar on the Delphi Prism in Action resource page
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About the Presenter
Brian Long has spent the last 1.5 decades as a trainer, trouble-shooter and mentor focusing on the Delphi, C# and C++ languages, and the Win32, .NET and Mono platforms. In his spare time Brian is re-discovering and re-enjoying the idiosyncrasies and peccadilloes of Unix-based operating systems. Besides writing a Pascal problem-solving book in the mid-90s, he has contributed chapters to books, written countless magazine articles and acted as occasional Technical Editor for Sybex. Brian has a number of online articles that can be found at http://blong.com.
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