A demo of MonoMac (using the Google Analytics Data Export API) that I created for a presentation to the Bellingham .NET Users Group on February 1, 2011
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AnalyticsVisualization
libgoogle-data-mono-1.7.0.1
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README

README

This is a very simple demo app that I built for a presentation on using .net for creating Mac apps. It allows you to log in to a Google Analytics account, select a data feed, and see how many visitors in each region use Mac or Windows.

Prerequisites

- Install XCode
- Download and install Mono 2.8.2 (or greater) from http://www.go-mono.com/mono-downloads/download.html
- Download MonoDevelop from http://monodevelop.com/Download
- Install the MonoMac add-in for MonoDevelop
 - Open MonoDevelop and go to Tools -> Add-in Manager
 - Click the "Repositories…" button
 - Click the "Add" button
 - Enter http://addins.monodevelop.com/Alpha/Mac/2.4 as the url for the new repository, and click OK.
 - Close the repository window, and click the "Install Add-ins…" button in the Add-in Manager
 - Expand the "Mac Development" item and select the latest version of the MonoMac development package
 - Click the "Forward" button and continue with installation
- Build the Google Data API wrappers
 - In Terminal, navigate to libgoogle-data-mono-1.7.0.1
 - Run 'make'

Building and Running

Once you've done all the above steps, you should be able to open AnalyticsVisualization/AnalyticsVisualization.sln in MonoDevelop and build/run the app from there.