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Mono Moonlight

Mono Moonlight

Mono Moonlight is a web application framework that provides similar functionality to Adobe Flash, a cross-platform browser-based application runtime. It integrates multimedia, graphics, animations and interactivity into a single runtime environment.

Moonlight is C# and other DLR (Dynamic Library Runtime) based. It is currently provided as a plugin for Firefox and Chrome.

 Moonlight 4 Preview

Price
Free to download

Size
15.3MB
License

GNU LGPL v2

Developer
Novell

Website
www.mono-project.com

System Requirements
Gtk+ 2.0 development package
XULRunner development package
ALSA and/or Pulseaudio development packages

Optional:
ffmpeg from SVN

Support Sites:
Mailing List, Miguel de Icaza's web log

Selected Reviews:
The H Open

Features include:

  • Provides a Linux Software Development Kit to build Silverlight applications
  • Supports Zoom, Control Framework and Layout Framework
  • View Silverlight content
  • Run Silverlight applications
  • Moonlight desklets - run Silverlight applications natively on the desktop
  • Watch videos delivered with Smoothstreaming
  • Video capture support
  • SSE2 fast paths for gradient fills in the embedded Pixman/Cairo
  • Element to element binding
  • Usable outside of the browser as a Gtk+ widget
  • Client HTTP stack
  • Cascading styles supported
  • Works on any modern 32 bit and 64 bit Linux distribution under Firefox 2.0, 3.0, and 3.5

Mono Moonlight in action

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