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Old 12-16-2005, 03:31 PM   #1
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LXer: Book Review: Cross platform GUI programming with wxWidgets

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There are lots of libraries there and Microsoft Foundation Classes rule the roost. wxWidgets positions itself as an Open Source cross platform alternative to MFC and other propritery Application libraries out there. This book Cross-Platform GUI programming with wxWidgets pursues how one can easily build applications using this library.

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good reference. haven't gone through this part of the forum but here's Bruce Perens' Open Source Series. quite a few books are freely downloadable. i think i'll add it to LQ bookmarks.


ps: there's no option to delete ur (last) post in a thread?

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See also Cross-platform, the road to Linux applications.

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