Here's how it looks (no need to identify which platform is which :)
As before, the code is available on github/conceptdev/RestaurantGuide - for comparison here is a shot of the three
A couple of observations:
- One of the reasons the iOS/MonoTouch solution is so 'neat' is because I have not used the 'UI Designer' for that platform (ie. Interface Builder) so there are no 'markup' files for the user interface (ie.
.xibfiles). The entire layout is done in C# for the MonoTouch example, whereas the WP7 and Android version use
- These examples 'just work' - they don't claim to be best-practice in designing an app for any of these platforms*.
* for a quite neat cross-platform design (at least across MonoDroid and WP7) see @gshackles TwitterSearcher sample
p.s. does anyone know what the Android equivalent of an "indexed list" is? Pls comment or @conceptdev... thx
Great post! Great to see C# working across all three platforms, and nothing better than a good UI comparison of the solution to see the power of the Mono* platform!ReplyDelete