Hello Mono folks,<br><br>First off, thanks for all the hard work on making Mono as great as it is. I absolutely love it -- I've been following it for years. It's a real pleasure for me to announce that my ajax toolkit now supports the mono framework (
1.1.16), as of the my latest release (0.1.1).<br><br>Here are the bullets from the web site to quickly summarize it's capabilities:<br><ul><li> Instantaneous, two way communication between server and browser (Ajax & Comet.)
</li><li> 100% C# 2.0. Write your entire application in your favorite CLR-supported language.
</li><li> Run in Windows with Microsoft .net 2.0, or on Linux and OSX with Mono.
</li><li> Build application logic with existing widgets, or roll your own.
</li><li> Construct your interfaces in C# or XML. Control your design with CSS.
</li><li> Model your application domain with the integrated O/R mapper.
Write your models in C# or XML. Store them in an embedded SQLite
database, MySQL or SQL Server!
</li><li> Prototype applications rapidly with our Scaffold and other data bound widgets
</li><li> Present data visually with rich, interactive SVG widgets.
</li><li> Tie everything togther with our live data binding services --
makes simultaneous event updates a snap, perfect for the Living Web.
</li><li> BSD and commercial licenses available.
</li></ul>for more info, take a look at the website, <a href="http://www.emergetk.com">http://www.emergetk.com</a>.<br><br>take care,<br clear="all"><br>-- <br>ben joldersma<br><a href="http://ben.creationsnetwork.org">http://ben.creationsnetwork.org