.NET is not just for Windows anymore! This unprecedented book examines the advantages of building portable, cross-platform.NET code. Even if you are only vaguely familiar with .NET, with the aid of this book, youall quickly learn how to run .NET code on different platforms. You may run code among the Linux, Unix, Mac OS X, and Windows platforms. And you'll get to choose among Mono (for Linux), Portable.NET (for Mac OS X), and of course, .NET for Windows. Whatas more, authors Mark Easton and Jason King pack the book with example code and wisdom, providing you a well-rounded skill set. Based on years of personal .NET experience, the authors share years of expertiseados, don'ts, pitfalls, gotchas, and insights in the convenience of a single, handy book.Even without an object model, ita#39;s pretty easy to get started with Tcl/Tk, especially if you have prior Tcl/Tk knowledge. To demonstrate, we create a basic program, TickleThis, which creates a single window that contains a solitary button.
|Title||:||Cross-Platform .NET Development|
|Author||:||Jason King, Mark Easton|
|Publisher||:||Apress - 2004-09-20|