I would think it would be some kind of Open Source solution and nothing proprietary to run on other O/S platforms. VB.NET is proprietary to MS. Unless there is some kind of VB.NET Open Source software development solution, I kind of doubt you can do what you are talking about. There are C# Open Source software development solutions, since C# is not proprietary to MS. Is there a runtime.NET Framework that can be installed on a MAC? If there is not one, then there is no way you are going to get anything using the.NET Framework to run on a MAC. That's what you have to look at.
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Yes, the Mac user can run Windows emulation to run your program. Through, you can compile your program to run on Mac. You'll need a Xamarin account to do this. Right now you'll also need to download some additional packages for Visual Studio; when VS2015 is released, (you'll still need a Xamarin account). The project has grown into the.Net Framework port for other platforms. You application will likely need some additional code to support the platform-specific features.
It is big and beautiful with plenty of adjustments and other Dell Ultrashrarp features but this monitor has a light matte finish on the screen. Have you checked that monitor listing that Fishrrman posted? The S2415H seems like a nice glossy option for you. App to make screen 2560 resolution for mac mini.
Depending on what your application is and what components it uses this could be a fair amount of work. Cross-platform development is a huge part of the next Visual Studio release. You can investigate the existing tools but you may just want to wait another month or two and then redesign your application for Windows 10 with cross platform support for Android and Mac. Starting over with cross-platform support in mind and using the most current tooling may actually be easier than trying to retro fit the existing version of your application with multi-platform support. Reed Kimble - 'When you do things right, people won't be sure you've done anything at all'. Mac os vdi for virtualbox. My customers tell me that my #1 app works well in Parallels on the Mac.
Also works with VMware. I use.net 3.5. You also have the dual boot options to run windows on the Mac with OS version something or higher. Other windows emulators. Finally there is a software wrapper called Wine that is open source that you can embed your app into (if that is the word) and it is open source. There is a commercial version of it I cant think of the name. I tried the demo but had problems.
You develop this on the Mac using your PC made.exe. As normal there may be issues with drivers and etc.
If you use later.net versions and the newest things then you will be more app to find things that may not work. One is the new Retina displays which are like 3600 dpi but if the drivers are properly installed it seems to work. If you want to rewrite then you can work in Real Studio which is supposedly similar to vb. Of course it runs on the Mac. PS my app is compiled to target x86.
The installer is MSI and its all made in VS 2010. Not sure if any of that matters.
My customers tell me that my #1 app works well in Parallels on the Mac. Also works with VMware. I use.net 3.5.
You also have the dual boot options to run windows on the Mac with OS version something or higher. Other windows emulators. Finally there is a software wrapper called Wine that is open source that you can embed your app into (if that is the word) and it is open source. There is a commercial version of it I cant think of the name.
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