Latest releases of Mono and MonoDevelop offer greater scalability and productivity for ISVs and corporate developers
The Mono® project, an open source initiative sponsored by Novell, today announced the availability of MonoDevelop 2.0, an open source integrated development environment for programming with C# and other languages. Developers can also take advantage of Mono 2.4, the latest release of the open source, cross-platform .NET application framework which powers the recently announced SUSE® Linux Enterprise Mono Extension. Mono and MonoDevelop together streamline the development process and provide the tools that Independent Software Vendors (ISVs) and corporate developers need to build and deploy .NET applications quickly and efficiently on the platform of their choice.
"By making .NET application development and deployment accessible for Linux, the Mono project is committed to expanding ISV and corporate developers' options beyond the Windows platform," said Miguel de Icaza, vice president of Development Platforms at Novell and leader of the Mono project. "With the newest releases for Mono and MonoDevelop, we continue to improve and extend the development tools and framework to deliver on this goal. The features and functionality available in this release are allowing developers to increase the number of .NET applications that are built and run on Linux."
ISVs build customer value with MonoDevelop and Mono 2.4
"As an enterprise product, it is critical that SplendidCRM runs on both Windows and Linux," said Paul Rony, president of SplendidCRM Software. "With the help of Mono, we are able to deliver our latest build on Linux in just a few minutes. It doesn't get any easier than that."
Hristo Kosev, chief technology officer at Telerik, said, "Over the past few months, we have been actively testing the compatibility of our RadControls for ASP.NET AJAX offering with Mono. We are extremely happy that our joint work with Novell will allow customers to build compelling high-performance ASP.NET AJAX-based applications and run them on Linux using Mono 2.4."
MonoDevelop delivers new tools to build .NET applications on Linux
MonoDevelop 2.0 enables developers to write desktop and ASP.NET Web applications on Linux, port .NET applications created with Microsoft* Visual Studio to Linux* and Mac OS X*, and maintain a single code base for all three platforms. MonoDevelop provides tools to simplify and streamline .NET application development on Linux, including:
Mono 2.4 streamlines .NET development on Linux
Mono 2.4 enables ISVs, independent developers, and corporate developers to run .NET client and server applications on Linux across a range of hardware architectures, including the mainframe. Additionally, with the recent introduction of SUSE Linux Enterprise Mono Extension, customers and ISVs can also receive full support, security and upgrades when using Mono in the enterprise. New features available in Mono 2.4 include:
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About the Mono Project
The Mono Project is an open source initiative sponsored by Novell to develop an open source version of the Microsoft .NET development framework. Hosted at www.mono-project.com, the Mono project provides all the necessary software to develop and run .NET client and server applications on Linux, Solaris*, Mac* OS X*, Windows and UNIX. Mono has an active and enthusiastic contributing community and is positioned to become the leading choice for development of Linux applications.
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