Xamarin's Evolve conference is underway in Atlanta, and on Wednesday the company announced new tools for cross-platform mobile development, along with a new partnership with IBM. Three-year-old Xamarin was formed to enable developers to code for Android, iOS, and OS X using Microsoft's C# language and .Net Framework. The company's technology is based on Mono, an open source implementation of .Net initiated by Miguel de Icaza, now Xamarin's CTO. Continue reading this story here.
With the goal of providing Microsoft App developers with more and better tools to build their gadgets in C# apps running on Android, iOS, OS X, Xamarin steps up.