Tag Archives: Mono

Setting up MonoDevelop MVC Project to work with Neo4j


I have settled on learning Neo4j and how to use .NET to interact with it. When I opened MonoDevelop on my Ubuntu machine and setup an MVC project, there were a few adjustments I needed to make. First you’ll notice that you can install package updates. Have a go at that by right clicking Packages […]

https://bradsteinberg.wordpress.com/2015/05/23/setting-up-monodevelop-mvc-project-to-work-with-neo4j/

A Cross-Platform UI toolkit for creating Desktop Applications with .NET and Mono


via mono/xwt · GitHub.

This document is an introduction to XWT, a cross-platform UI toolkit for creating desktop applications.

If you have any question about XWT or do you want to contribute a discussion group for XWT is available here:

http://groups.google.com/group/xwt-list

Windows CE to Raspbian – Pt. 2: Preparation


This is part two of a series of posts: click here for the first post. The purpose of this particular post is to give a more in-depth look at the particulars when porting .NET code to a non-Windows operating system: in this case Raspbian. This will also cover preparing an environment for debugging the solution […]

https://2persongames.wordpress.com/2015/05/31/windows-ce-to-raspbian-pt-2-preparation/

Windows CE to Raspbian – Pt. 3: Daemon Scripts for Mono Services


This is part three of a series of posts: click here for the previous post. The purpose of this particular post is to explain how to script your mono-service2 as a daemon and register that daemon to run at start-up and be killed at shutdown. It’s important to note this post explains how to script daemons […]

https://2persongames.wordpress.com/2015/07/01/windows-ce-to-raspbian-pt-3-daemon-scripts-for-mono-services/

Windows CE to Raspbian – Pt. 4: PCI Compliance


This is part four of a series of posts: click here for the previous post or here for the first post. The purpose of this particular post is to cover the issues found when testing for PCI compliance. If you’re wondering whether your device needs to be PCI compliant then ask yourself this question: Will my device be […]

https://2persongames.wordpress.com/2015/08/04/windows-ce-to-raspbian-pt-4-pci-compliance-2/