Cross-Platform GUI Programming with wxWidgets. Julian Smart and Kevin Hock with Stefan Csomor. Samba-3 by Example: Practical Exercises to Successful. Written by Julian Smart and Kevin Hock with Stefan Csomor, “Cross-Platform GUI Programming with wxWidgets” was published on July 27th by Prentice. Editorial Reviews. From the Back Cover. "This book is the best way for beginning developers to eBook features: Highlight, take notes, and search in the book.

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Showing of 39 reviews. Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. Paperback Verified download. Good Book, but, it's obsolete because wxWidgets is past version 3. WxWidgets is still very productive and well written, and some Qt programmers don't seem to know how to write modular code. So for cross platform GUI wxWidgets is still great even in site Edition Verified download.

I read this book in late and have decided to put forward a review. I like wxWidgets in principle but the book showed me that the implementation and concepts could be improved.

Between Qt, GTK, and wxWidgets, there are many similarities between those technologies and the book showcases what makes wxWidgets practical. What was once a strength in how wxWidgets was designed may be less the case today. The wxWidgets book here follows an approach that would be strikingly familiar to anyone who has strong exposure to Microsoft's GUI programming systems. The upside is that the wxWidgets system can be employed in Mac and Linux as well which can greatly open up the audience, use, cost and platform capabilities considerations for a software application.

The book does a great job of revealing wxWidgets and is a good introduction to the world of cross platform GUI programming. A couple of good ideas are presented in the book. I like the coverage of wxWidgets as presented in the book. I do think it is unfortunate that there is not an up to date version.

Cross-Platform GUI Programming with wxWidgets

One person found this helpful. The fact that your application can be re-compiled for any of the three operating systems is definetly an attractive plus. My development is mainly for Linux, and when I first ran accross wxWidgets, I was amazed at how quickly I could get a simple application going in under an hour.

Compiling the library is as easy as issuing a few commands from a terminal window, changing to the samples directory, and running make under the minimal sample directory. Bear in mind that developing applications is not for complete beginners.

That way, following the examples given in the book, and reading the source code from wxWidgets samples directory, can get you up and running in a minimum of time. I came from a C background, but I had a reasonably complicated inter-airport messaging system for a local goverment authority working in two weeks, with the help of a serial communications library contributed by another wxWidgets user.

The book comes with a CD full of useful tools and community contributions. The support from other users is extraordinary, and you can often be talking to the original developers who are more than willing to help you get going. The fact that it is open source ensures this fantastic library will always be improving.

This book is something I was awaiting for a long time. It is definetly worth the price and then some. For someone first learning wxWidgets, this book is an excellent starting point. It clearly explains each part of the library, from the windowing system right down to the threading and socket layers. In addition, the numerous examples allow the programmer to quicky get up to speed on the concepts presented in each section. The book's only weakness is that it is not a comprehensive reference guide, and must be supplemented by the online help files during everyday programming.

For someone just starting out or needing a refresher course on the capabilities of wxWidgets, this is an excellent book. This book did it for me. Writing a GUI can kick your rear, but this book has what you need. Richard Shepherd. Visual Basic Essentials. Neil Smyth. Access Programmer's Reference. Teresa Hennig. Programming with Qt. Matthias Kalle Dalheimer. Learning GNU Emacs. Debra Cameron. Up and Running. Maximiliano Firtman.

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Chapter 7: Window layout using sizers Layout basics; sizers introduced; common features of sizers; programming with sizers.