Synopses & Reviews
The goal of Developing Linux Applications is to provide a handbook for developers who are moving to the Linux platform. Linux Application Development covers the GTK+ library including GLIB and GDK using C. You'll find information covered no place else--information that Linux developers need in one comprehensive development book. All of the applications and code the author developed for the title have been released under the GPL.
The goal of this book is to provide a handbook for Linux developers who are moving to the Linux platform. The book covers information found no place else--information that Linux developers need in one comprehensive development book. The author provides detailed coverage on developing graphical user interfaces for the X Window system.
Table of Contents
I. PROGRAMMING IN GTK+. 1. Introduction to GTK+.
3. Developing GUI Applications.
4. Basic Widgets.
5. Menus, Toolbars, and Tooltips.
6. More Widgets: Frames, Text, Dialog Boxes, File Selection Dialog Box.
II. EXAMPLE APPLICATIONS USING GTK+. 7. Writing a Calculator Application.
8. Developing a Simple Word Processor.
III. DRAWING, COLOR, AND GDK. 10. Graphics Drawing Kit.
11. Styles, Colors, Fonts, Cursors, and Referencing.
12. Molecule Viewer Using GDK.
13. Sprites and Animation.
IV. EXTENDING GTK+. 14. Trees, Clists, and Tabs.
15. Creating Your Own Widgets.