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Archive for April 7th, 2011

Mono for Android 1.0 released: develop .NET software that runs on Android

Posted by jpluimers on 2011/04/07

Just released: Mono for Android.

This – like MonoTouch for iOS – allows you to develop, debug and deploy Android applications using .NET

Mono for Anroid includes Visual Studio 2010 integration.

If you have a MonoTouch license, you temporarily get a discount on Mono for Android.

Now you can use .NET for the major mobile platforms: iOS, Android and Windows Phone 7 sharing major portions of your code across those platforms.

–jeroen

Posted in .NET, Development, Mono for Android, MonoTouch, Software Development | Leave a Comment »

Visual Studio 2010 “Solution Explorer Tools” addin: Collapse all, Select current item, Collapse all except current item. Highly recommended.

Posted by jpluimers on 2011/04/07

When you have lots of projects in a solution, quickly the tree in the Solution Explorer gets a mess, especially if you have “Track Active Item in Solution Explorer” enabled.

“Solution Explorer Tools” addin for Visual Studio 2010 helps with that.

It adds three buttons to solution explorer

  1. Select current item
  2. Collapse all
  3. Collapse all except current item

The first one basically means you will never need to enable “Track Active Item in the Solution Explorer” again.

The second and third quickly get rid of the mess in the Solution Explorer.

Highly recommended!

–jeroen

via: Solution Explorer Tools.

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