The writing and code samples are clear and easy to read and follow.
The last chapter adds the iPad as a target device and discusses the things you should take into consideration if you want to develop specifically for that platform.
This aside its a great resource to help getting started building iOS apps in MonoTouch.
As an advanced programmer I expected more details and information. However, no other book out there had this type of information.Published 15 months ago by Peter A Gonzalez
With MonoTouch, you can write iOS apps using C#/.NET instead of Objective-C. But that's it. If you want your app to also run on Android or Windows7 or other devices, you can't. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Richard L. Wohletz
Firstly, I got to say this book is pretty awesome. I can't wrong the style of writing, nor the amount assumed programming concepts expected by the reader. Read morePublished on March 24, 2012 by Prabu W
I've been working with MonoTouch off and on over the past year and this is one of the best MonoTouch resources I've come across so far. Read morePublished on October 28, 2011 by CAM
Learning MonoTouch provides a solid foundation of information specifically for .NET programmers looking to write apps for the iOS platform. Read morePublished on October 25, 2011 by Paul Ferrill