Windows Store 8 Game, MonoGame, SignalR and more

Posted by: MSDN: Coding4Fun, on 21 Jan 2013 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

Today's Modern Mono Monday project is one by Filip Ekberg that I've been meaning to blog about for and I think is pretty cool, showing off a number of different things (and you all know how much I like projects that hit a number of bases...)Windows Store 8 App? Check SurfaceRT? Check MonoGame? Check XAML? Check DirectX? Check Separation of concerns, with server (Linux in this case) handling logic and client the display? Check SignalR? Check Creating a Windows 8 Store Game with MonoGame (XAML) and...

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