Last week I wrote about developing for Tizen using Mono. Now unfortunately there are not a lot of Tizen devices out there yet. You could of course use regular simulators.
Or you could use Samsung’s Remote Test Lab. There’s not only Tizen devices but Android and even Wearables as well. Of course only Samsung devices but if you can’t afford a SGS5 or Galaxy Tablet, this is the resource to go to :)

Last week I wrote about developing for Tizen using Mono. Now unfortunately there are not a lot of Tizen devices out there yet. You could of course use regular simulators.

Or you could use Samsung’s Remote Test Lab. There’s not only Tizen devices but Android and even Wearables as well. Of course only Samsung devices but if you can’t afford a SGS5 or Galaxy Tablet, this is the resource to go to :)

I really like C#. The syntax is great and the features are even better ;)
It’s probably best known for being developed by Microsoft and mainly used for Windows and Windows Phone development. With the help of the Mono project it’s also possible to develop and run C# apps cross-platform – excluding some UI features of course.
Recently MonoTizen was announced, which brings this great language to yet another platform. The great thing about MonoTizen – compared to Mono for Android or iOS – is, that it’s open source.

I really like C#. The syntax is great and the features are even better ;)

It’s probably best known for being developed by Microsoft and mainly used for Windows and Windows Phone development. With the help of the Mono project it’s also possible to develop and run C# apps cross-platform – excluding some UI features of course.

Recently MonoTizen was announced, which brings this great language to yet another platform. The great thing about MonoTizen – compared to Mono for Android or iOS – is, that it’s open source.