LinuxPR: Beginning GTK+/GNOME Programming - new from Wrox Press.May 04, 2000, 13:32 (0 Talkback[s])
"Beginning GTK+/GNOME Programming is the book for anyone that would like to contribute to the next big thing for Linux - the leap into the desktop market."
"Linux has often been accused of lacking user friendliness. But if this was true in the past, it is not so anymore. With the availability of increasingly powerful and easy-to-use GUI programming tools, Linux is well positioned to compete with the most powerful desktop operating systems. GTK+ and GNOME provide you with a very powerful, yet easy-to-learn, object orientated set of libraries. In fact the visual appeal of the user interface that GTK+ and GNOME can create is limited only by the developer's imagination."
"Peter Wright, the author of more than ten international bestsellers on programming, takes you through the exciting world of Linux GUI Programming in this easy to use guide. Whether you are a beginner who would like to learn about the infinite possibilities offered by open source user interface programming, or a more experienced programmer who would like to develop Linux applications with user-friendly graphical interfaces, this book provides the information you need."
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