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NYC Code Camp 8: Mobile Apps

The next edition of the NYC Code Camp is coming up this weekend, and I have pushed out companion apps for iOS, Android, and Windows Phone that are all available now. I’m pretty pressed for time right now so I’ll keep this short and sweet. You can find the apps by searching the appropriate app store, or you can use these links: iOS Android Windows Phone If you’re interested, the source for all…

Using SignalR in MonoTouch and Mono for Android Apps

If you haven’t checked out SignalR yet, what are you waiting for? SignalR is a .NET library that makes it really easy to build realtime applications. The server can be hosted inside a web application, or even in a simple console app. On the client side, you can access the server from the browser through JavaScript, a console application, or even from mobile apps. Naturally my first instinct was to try and get a SignalR…

C# To Go: Version 1.2 Released

Version 1.2 of C# To Go is now live in the Android Market. I also submitted the update to Amazon’s Android marketplace for approval, with any luck that will go through soon as well. This is a small release of C# To Go, but does come with some cool additions. Most importantly, it includes support for Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich). I had received many reports from users that the app would crash…

NYC Code Camp 6: Mobile Apps

Headed to the NYC Code Camp this weekend? The official mobile app for the camp is now available for Android, iOS and Windows Phone 7! First things first, here are the links: iOS Android Windows Phone 7 You should also be able to find all of them by searching for “nyc code camp” in the marketplace. I will be using these apps as a reference in my session Cross Platform Mobile Development with .NET, where I…

C# To Go: Version 1.1 Released

This is going to be a short and sweet post. I just wanted to announce that version 1.1 of C# To Go is now live in the Android Market. The update has also been submitted to Amazon’s Android marketplace for approval, so hopefully that should be updated within a few days as well. This is a small release that contains one big fix and one small feature. Thanks to the help of Jon Pryor…