GNOME 3 Application Development Beginner's Guide
Step-by-step practical guide to get to grips with GNOME application development
Full of easy to follow tutorials with ready-to-run code.
Covers most of the subsystems in the GNOME 3 platform stack, from low to high level.
Adapts common good development practices with...
MySQL: Building User Interfaces
MSQL: Building User Interfaces is written for developers who want to build GUI database applications using MySQL and GTK+. Mathew Stucky demonstrates how to begin, plan, build, and deploy custom applications that can be cross-compiled for either Linux or Microsoft Windows platforms.
Intended for developers who...
The Official GNOME 2 Developer's Guide Developers who write programs for GNOME use the GNOME API. Working with the GNOME API is preferable because the program will conform to the standard GNOME program look and feel. It also allows the developer to use the GNOME specific libraries in the program, greatly simplifying the development process. GNOME 2.0 is the official GNOME Foundation...
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