Recently it is heard that Novell is officially launching Mono for Android 1.0. In this plan third-party developers will be allowed to make native Android applications in C#. It also further goes with the company's existing MonoTouch offering. This offering supports C# development for Apple's iOS mobile operating system.
The project is named as Mono project which has an open source for carrying out of Microsoft's NET framework and language compilers. Mono has got success in opening the entry for NET by the help of its liberal license and technical flexibility. And now it can make many new computing environments, including mobile and surrounded platforms.
Novell has launched its commercial MonoTouch framework in 2009 to get benefit by exposing iOS to developers from the existing C# expertise.
Novell's Mono for Android consists of the core Mono runtime along with the bindings for native Android APIs, a Visual Studio 2010 plug-in, and a software development kit. In simple terms the developers can build, restore, and deploy Android applications from inside Visual Studio. Apps can be installed either to an Android simulator, an actual Android device, or the Android app Market.
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