Category Archives: MonoTouch

A couple of issues porting from Monotouch to WP7

One of the major benefits to me of both Windows Phone 7 (WP7) and Monotouch is that I can write in .net. So although the visual-view side of coding for both is very different I should be able to use … Continue reading

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Changing the Accessory icon of a Table View

Whilst designing an iPhone application I wanted to have a very dark background colour for my Table View. I also wanted to use the standard UITableViewCellAccessory.DisclosureIndicator. However the default colour of the indicator is dark and doesn’t show up against … Continue reading

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Using Sketchflow to prototype MonoTouch application

I wanted to see how tricky it would be to use Sketchflow to prototype a iPhone application. I think it’s worthy of a proper tutorial but for now I’ll give a quick pass since 1/2 the battle is just knowing … Continue reading

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Creating a very simple MonoTouch application without the Interface Builder

Creating a very simple MonoTouch application without the Interface Builder I admit that I’m not a big fan of the Interface Builder (IB). I find that it either hides what I need to know or fails to help me implement … Continue reading

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How to: Use different views with a PageControl in MonoTouch

I’ve just started down the rocky road of iPhone development via MonoTouch. I suspect like many .net developers I’ve found the iPhone thang can be downright weird. One of the bloggers I’ve found helpful is Simon Says. One such post explains … Continue reading

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