Tag Archive for: MonoTouch

Using iOS MapKit and CoreLocation with Delphi Prism and MonoTouch

The iPhone Maps application is one of the most useful app for me, we always used this app to track a direction, check the traffic, search for a restaurant, gas station, etc. In this post I will show how to use the MapKit and CoreLocation framework from iOS SDK, both enable mapping related functionality within […]

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Video: Building .NET based applications for Linux and iPhone with Mono and Monotouch

If you didn’t have a chance to watch my CodeRage 5 session “Building Managed Code Cross Platform Applications with Delphi Prism” the reply is available. During this presentation I introduce Mono and Monotouch frameworks and how you can use Delphi Prism integrated to Visual Studio 2010 to create .NET Web Services and ASP.NET applications and deploy […]

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New iPhone/iPad Project and File Templates for Delphi Prism

Yesterday our partner RemObjects released a add-in for Delphi Prism, this add-in brings a new project templates for iPhone and iPad development with Mono IDE, as well it’s include new MonoMac template. This add-in only applies for Mono IDE since it is related with MonoTouch and MonoMac. Here some of the new project templates available: […]

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CodeRage 5 – Build .NET applications for iPhone and Linux with Delphi Prism

Today I will be at CodeRage presenting “Building Managed Code Cross Platform Applications with Delphi Prism”, it starts at 3:00pm (PST). On this session I will be talking about Delphi Prism and .NET development using Novell’s Mono and MonoTouch Framework. I will explain the requirements to start using Mono and MonoTouch, what kind of support […]

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Building iPhone Apps with Delphi Prism XE

One of cool features in Delphi Prism XE is the support for iPhone Development using MonoDevelop IDE and MonoTouch, since you already know Delphi language it helps you to jump on iPhone world, another cool feature is the ability to build Moonlight applications (the Mono alternative to Silverlight). For iPhone Development we use two IDEs: […]

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