Two new Chrome Cocoa# articles

These have been a long time coming, but over the weekend i finally got around two finishing two articles i have been working on about using Chrome and Data Abstract for .NET to build Cocoa# apps for Mac OS X. Thanx to Mike, these are now up and published in our DevCenter.

The first article, CH07, gives a general overview of the IDE and compile-time support Chrome ‘Joyride’ brings for developing Mono apps on the Mac. DA35 takes this a step further by adding Data Abstract to the mix and creating a front-end app for our public bug database DA Server.


marc hoffman

marc hoffman

Chief Architect and CEO here at RemObjects Software. Project Manager for Elements and lead developer of Fire, our awesome new development environment for the Mac.

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