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Since applications on the iPhone using Xamarin.iOS are compiled to static code, it is not possible to use any facilities that require code generation at runtime.

These are the Xamarin.iOS limitations compared to desktop Mono:

Limited Generics Support

Unlike traditional Mono/.NET, code on the iPhone is statically compiled ahead of time instead of being compiled on demand by a JIT compiler.

Mono's Full AOT technology has a few limitations with respect to generics, these are caused because not every possible generic instantiation can be determined up front at compile time. This is not a problem for regular .NET or Mono runtimes as the code is always compiled at runtime using the Just in Time compiler. But this poses a challenge for a static compiler like Xamarin.iOS.

Some of the common problems that developers run into, include:

Xamarin.iOS currently has limited support for creating generic subclasses of the NSObject class, such as no support for generic methods. As of 7.2.1, using generic subclasses of NSObjects is possible, like this one:

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While generic subclasses of NSObjects are possible, there are a few limitations. Read the Generic subclasses of NSObject document for more information

P/Invokes in generic classes aren't supported:

Using Reflection's Property.SetInfo to set the value on a Nullable<T> is not currently supported.

Using a value type as a Dictionary<TKey, TValue> key is problematic, as the default Dictionary constructor attempts to use EqualityComparer<TKey>.Default. EqualityComparer<TKey>.Default, in turn, attempts to use Reflection to instantiate a new type which implements the IEqualityComparer<TKey> interface.

This works for reference types (as the reflection+create a new type step is skipped), but for value types it crashes and burns rather quickly once you attempt to use it on the device.

Workaround : Manually implement the IEqualityComparer<TKey> interface in a new type and provide an instance of that type to the Dictionary<TKey, TValue> (IEqualityComparer<TKey>) constructor.

Workaround

Since the iPhone's kernel prevents an application from generating code dynamically Mono on the iPhone does not support any form of dynamic code generation. These include:

The lack of System.Reflection. Emit means that no code that depends on runtime code generation will work. This includes things like:

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In their 1981 book, , Al Ries and Jack Trout describe how is used as a communication tool to reach target customers in a crowded marketplace. Jack Trout published an article on positioning in 1969, and regular use of the term dates back to 1972 when Ries and Trout published a series of articles in called "The Positioning Era." Not long thereafter, Madison Avenue advertising executives began to develop positioning slogans for their clients and positioning became a key aspect of marketing communications.

has become a classic in the field of marketing. The following is a summary of the key points made by Ries and Trout in their book.

Information Overload

Ries and Trout explain that while positioning begins with a product, the concept really is about positioning that product in the mind of the customer. This approach is needed because consumers are bombarded with a continuous stream of advertising, with advertisers spending several hundred dollars annually per consumer in the U.S. The consumer's mind reacts to this high volume of advertising by accepting only what is consistent with prior knowledge or experience.

It is quite difficult to change a consumer's impression once it is formed. Consumers cope with information overload by oversimplifying and are likely to shut out anything inconsistent with their knowledge and experience. In an over-communicated environment, the advertiser should present a simplified message and make that message consistent with what the consumer already believes by focusing on the perceptions of the consumer rather than on the reality of the product.

The easiest way of getting into someone's mind is to be first. It is very easy to remember who is first, and much more difficult to remember who is second. Even if the second entrant offers a better product, the first mover has a large advantage that can make up for other shortcomings.

However, all is not lost for products that are not the first. By being the first to claim a unique position in the mind the consumer, a firm effectively can cut through the noise level of other products. For example, Miller Lite was not the first light beer, but it was the first to be positioned as a light beer, complete with a name to support that position. Similarly, Lowenbrau was the most popular German beer sold in America, but Beck's Beer successfully carved a unique position using the advertising,

Consumers rank brands in their minds. If a brand is not number one, then to be successful it somehow must relate itself to the number one brand. A campaign that pretends that the market leader does not exist is likely to fail. Avis tried unsuccessfully for years to win customers, pretending that the number one Hertz did not exist. Finally, it began using the line,

After launching the campaign, Avis quickly became profitable. Whether Avis actually tried harder was not particularly relevant to their success. Rather, consumers finally were able to relate Avis to Hertz, which was number one in their minds.

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