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Sams Teach Yourself Gtk+ Programming in 21 Days (Sams Teach Yourself ... in 21 Days)by Donna S. Martin
Synopses & Reviews
Teach Yourself GTK+ Programming in 21 Days guides you step-by-step through the process of creating a graphical user interface with the GTK+ widget toolkit. Topics include an overview of GTK+, seven steps to a basic GTK+ program, components of a user interface, adding graphics, color, fonts and pixmaps, events, programming with styles, menus, interprocess communication, drag-and-drop, selections,GUI builders, and information for Motif and Xt Programmers.
Book News Annotation:
Presents a tutorial for learning GTK+ programming, for those familiar with C programming and the development environment. Coverage includes adding graphics, using lists and trees, and widgets. Contains chapter summaries, questions and answers, quizes, and exercises, plus tips, notes, and cautions. The author is vice president of a company which offers Web site, hardware, and software design. She also teaches GTK+ programming classes.
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The reader is guided step-by-step through the process of creating a graphical user interface with the GTK+ widget toolkit. Topics include an overview of GTK+, seven steps to a basic program, components of a user interface, adding graphics, programming with styles, and more. Each lesson builds on the previous one, allowing the reader to understand the subject from the ground up.
About the Author
Donna Martin is Vice President of O¿Martin Enterprises in Los Lunas, New Mexico, which offers website, hardware and software design. Donna teaches GTK+ programming classes, and has specialized in GUI development for 10 years. She is a software consultant for various companies in the New Mexico area, and has been training professional programmers in the art of GUI development for 12 years.
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