Alessandro Binhara - Presentación en la Convención Internacional de Interoperabilidad de AESOFT


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Alessandro Binhara - Presentación en la Convención Internacional de Interoperabilidad de AESOFT

  1. 1. Interopability with Suse Linux: MoonLigth Project <br />Alessandro de Oliveira Binhara<br />Msc et al Tecnology <br />Projeto Mono Brasil<br />
  2. 2. Agenda<br />Introduction<br />Mono Project<br />Rich Internet Aplications<br />SilverLight<br />MoonLight<br />What is?<br />Deployment<br />Current status <br />Instalationand use<br />Agreements Novell + Microsoft<br />DevelopmentTools<br />DEMOS<br />2<br />
  3. 3. Free Software and Me<br />In 1995. I´ve created a first brazilian linux user group, called GU OpenSystem. <br />From 1996 to 2000 we held free software meetings. <br />In 1998, we held an big event with 1500 people. One of our most importatnt speaker was Richard Stallman. He is practically a religious when the subject is free software<br />As professionals we need to provide the best technological solution to our customers. We can not base our technical decisions on "pure idealism¨. We can not work on free software as a “dogma”. <br />We must to see the all viable technical alternatives. <br />
  4. 4. Free Software and Open Source<br />TwoVision:<br />The first vision comes from Richard Staltman. He believes all software in the world should be free software. The funding comes from the distribution, support and customization. <br />The second vision comes from Linus Torlvads, Eric Raimond, Jon Maddog Hall and Bruce Perens. They believe that free software must coexist with proprietary software. So they got together and defined the concept of OpenSource. That vision became free software as what it´s today. <br />Free Software does not mean priceless software.<br />
  5. 5. Mono Brasil Developers<br />I start a Mono Brasil Comunity. Create a Mono Brasil WebSite. At the first month the website has more than 1500 visits.<br />Rafael Teixeira, Alexandre Marcondes, Everaldo Canuto, Rodrigo Bambo, Francisco Figueredo,Alessandro Binhara, Rodrigo Kumpera, <br />MONO BRASIL<br />5<br />
  6. 6. Mono BasicDevelopers<br />Projeto FinepMonoBasic. We got a fund from the Brazilian government for the Mono Basic Project. <br />It´s a VB.NET compiler for Linux<br />6<br />
  7. 7. Interoperability<br />How much free software in our applications can interact with other proprietary systems?? <br />Interoperability is essential today for the company. <br />The company has heterogeneous systems. The ability to talk between systems is essential for the success of a software platform.<br />There is no company that only uses free software or that only uses proprietary software. Both need to coexist together.<br />To discuss this subject: Let´s talk about Mono.. <br />7<br />
  8. 8. Motivations for Creationof Mono<br />8<br />
  9. 9. MultiLanguage .NET<br />9<br />
  10. 10. Born of Mono<br /><ul><li>Created by Miguel de Icaza in 2001
  11. 11. Mono is an open source implementation. NET
  12. 12. Provides implementation and software development .NET not in Windows systems.
  13. 13. He created the company Ximian Gnome and to support the gnome.
  14. 14. Evolution- is a email client
  15. 15. 17 developers, two years and a half, very expensive
  16. 16. A problem with Linux was to have good tools
  17. 17. Need to create a community</li></ul>Licensingof mono MPL, GPL, LGPL, MIT, BSD<br />10<br />
  18. 18. CurrentState<br />Mono 2.6<br />Launchat 15/12/2009 <br />MonoDevelop 2.2 <br />Changed license to LGPL, and MIT. Interface improvements, support Asp.NET MVC, Moonligth Support, support Windows and MacOSX, new refactoring support Iphone,WCF client e servidor, um subset exposto pelo by Silverlight 2.0.<br />LLVM support, to improve performance on server/computational loads.<br />LINQ to SQL using DbLinq.<br />New debuger integrated with the MonoDevelop and OSX.<br />csharp shell now supports auto-completion<br />3.5 API is now more complete<br />Mono Conpiler : C# 3.0 stable and C# is under testing<br />This version is integrating Microsoft's open sourced<br />ASP.NET MVC, ASP.NET AJAX and Microsoft's Dynamic Language Runtime.<br />11<br />
  19. 19. Platforms<br />12<br />
  20. 20. LinesofCode<br />More than 6 million lines<br />13<br />Curiosity:Miguel de Icaza changed a 1.6Milhões lines Over 900.000 lines of C # codeit ´s represents a 20% of all code<br />
  21. 21. Mono is Wonderfull<br />I develop a lot in C SHARP. Works both in windows and Linux without problems.<br />We can develop applications with the same quality and speed that the dotnet developers do. <br />Microsoft is putting millions of dollars in investment on dotNet: <br />tools, books, training, certification, tutorials, documentation, and so on..<br />Training a new Mono developer can be lower.<br />You can use Microsoft materials to teach people to develop for Linux.<br />Where can I find easily a Python or PHP training here in Quito?<br />14<br />
  22. 22. NewWaveDevelopment<br />People are tired with post-back on browsers. Broadband is spreading to all sides. Digital TV is coming to put audio and video in real time on mobile phones. The 3G will have Internet access, which was not possible before. <br />Almost everyday I use MSN with webcam to make conferences. <br />Do you believe people will be happy to access applications that do not have a minimum interactivity?<br />And this is happening NOW!! It's called a Rich Internet Aplication.<br />15<br />
  23. 23. RIA – Rich Internet Application<br />It´s a set oftecnologiesonaplicationthatcreate a newuserexperience for a web aplications. Integrating a audio, video, interactivity interface. <br />That´s a web applications withthefeaturesof a desktop application. <br />16<br />
  24. 24. Players<br />17<br />
  25. 25. What is a Silverligth<br />Not just a plug-in to compete with the flash player<br />It is the new graphics platform for application development Microsoft<br />Is the WPF / e, the development of WPF (Windows Presentation Foundation).<br />To be used both on the WEB as the desktop<br />Has a complete infrastructurefrom .Net Framwork<br />Suporte to DynamicLanguages – DLR <br />Linq Suport<br />GenericsTypes .. Andsoon<br />18<br />
  26. 26. Features<br /><ul><li>Offers a wide experience in the incorporation of videos, animations and interactive interfaces.
  27. 27.  It is small and easy to install, having less than 4 megabytes.
  28. 28. You can create and work with vector graphics, as well as texts, animations that interact and overlap with graphics and high-quality effects.
  29. 29. Developers can create applications in various programming languages, including: AJAX, C #, Python, Ruby and Visual Basic.Designed to work on several architectures and operating systems, including works in various browsers.</li></ul>19<br />
  30. 30. What is it?<br />20<br />Implementation of opens source ofSilverLight<br />Based in XAML<br />Integration with any language. NETConstruction of RIA - Rich Internet Aplication<br /><br />Moonlight 1.0 is licensed under the GNU LGPL, and pure C + +<br />Moonlight 2.0 is GNU LGPL and MIT X11, it including the graphics engine in C + +, Mono runtime and class libraries Mono.<br />
  31. 31. Advantages<br /><ul><li>Good Design Tools and IDE Programming
  32. 32. Best option for developing
  33. 33. Excellent infrastructure and Runtime Library
  34. 34. An integrated solution
  35. 35. Excellent support tools.
  36. 36. Integrated Solution Database Server and Windows
  37. 37. OpenSource community is forming quickly (Fondation CodePlex)
  38. 38. Possibility to use several languages in a consistent
  39. 39. Largest network of support and training
  40. 40. Greater availability of skilled professionals have
  41. 41. We can not forget Microsoft's installed base.</li></ul>21<br />
  42. 42. Cooperationwith Microsoft<br />22<br />In September 2007, Microsoft and Novell announced a technical collaboration that includes access to test systems and the distribution of Silverligth media package for Linux users licenses containing the codec for audio and video.<br />Recently Microsoft also disponibilisou Silverligth Tool Kit as free software and this was integrated into Moonligth<br />
  43. 43. Tools<br />Visual Studio + ExpressionBlend<br />MonoDevelop 2.2<br />The virtual machine to Virtual PC to donload in the mono site, already has the mono Develop supporting Mooligth<br /><br />23<br />
  44. 44. MonoDevelop<br />On Linux 3:37<br /><br />On Mac<br /><br />24<br />
  45. 45. Platforms<br />It runs any Linux distribution<br />Firefox 2.0, 3.0 and 3.5<br />Google Chome<br />Plug-in is available for<br /> SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop 11, openSUSE 11.x, Ubuntu 9.10 and Fedora 12.<br />Other distributions to be installed from the source<br />25<br />
  46. 46. Current Status<br />Moonlight 2 <br /> Mooonlight 2 Final compativel com Silverlight 2<br />Deep Zoom <br />Control framework <br />Layout framework. <br />Microsoft Media Pack 2.0 for playing audio and video.Includes to run code (C # and DLR-based languages).<br />Wheel MS Silverlight 2.0 controls and applications based on 2.0<br />Demos Status<br /><br />26<br />
  47. 47. RoadMap<br />Moonlight 3 <br /> Mooonlight 3 Pre-Alpha compatível com Silverlight 3<br />3D graphics <br />Pixel shaders <br />Application library caching <br />Out-of-browser capabilities and offline support <br />Pluggable media pipeline to support 3rd party codecs <br />HD Smooth Streaming <br />Native support for MPEG-4-based H.264/AAC Audio <br />Release Date Alpha Q1 2010 Beta Q2 2010 Final Q3 2010 <br />27<br />
  48. 48. RoadMap<br />Moonlight 4 <br /> Mooonlight 4 Planning compatível com Silverlight 4<br />Webcam and microphone support <br />Trusted applications can read/write to users' documents directories <br />Improved localization, including right-to-left and bi-directional text <br />Desktop notifications ("toast") <br />Render HTML on Moonlight surfaces <br />WCF RIA Services <br />Release Date Alpha Q3 2010 <br />28<br />
  49. 49. Instalation<br />29<br />Access<br />Select 32bits or 64bits<br />
  50. 50. Demos MoonLigthWeb<br />30<br />
  51. 51. Demos<br />31<br />
  52. 52. Out of Browser<br />Desklets<br />Integrationwith GTK<br />32<br />
  53. 53. DEMOS on Suse Linux<br />SmoothStreaming<br />PhotoSynth<br />Deepzoom<br />33<br />
  54. 54. Thank´s<br />Alessandro de Oliveira Binhara<br /> <br />Projeto Mono Brasil<br />