Linux continues to go from strength to strength, not only taking 20% of the server market but becoming an increasingly popular choice as a standalone desktop platform. The hot issue for the future of Linux is building a graphical front end to compete directly with Windows. Thankfully, the source code is open and available for download and everything about the Graphical User Interface (GUI) is programmable.
This book teaches you how to do it using the GNOME architecture
(GNU Network Object Model Environment) and GTK+ - the interface which GNOME applications use to interact with the user.
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Beginning GTK+/GNOME is aimed Programmers who are excited by the infinite possibilities offered by the open source user interface, as opposed to the Windows 'any color you want so long as its black' approach.About the Author:
Peter Wright is an experienced Wrox author whose publications include Beginning Visual Basic 6 (ISBN - 1861001053) and Beginning Visual Basic 6 Objects (ISBN - 186100172X).
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Descripción Peer Information, 2000. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Nº de ref. de la librería P111861003811