couple of days ago I started reading the MonoCross paperback book and noticed a couple of things that looked like, well, not "optimally implemented". So I thought, let's check out the monocross.net website and the MonoCross Google groups and also check the github repository.
So I'm wondering: are the authors happy now because they sell a book and that was it? Is anybody in here actively using MonoCross (not MVVMCross!)?
In comparison, the MVVMCross project is very alive. Stuart is constantly adding functionality, however what I miss about MVVMCross: there is no convenient tutorial like for MonoCross - the book is a very good start for MonoCross, but for Stuart's branch based on MVVM, the learning curve seems to be much steeper.
I wanted to dive into MonoCross and get used to the practices and from there maybe move on to MVVMCross, but maybe I should directly jump into MVVM...