N/APosted on - 11/17/2014
What has been your experience using GTK+ programming? Did you enjoy using this programming language? In what ways do you use this language? What powerful features does it have that others do not possess? Please show me how I can learn this language in record time. Can you use GTK+ in conjunction with other programming language?
Brief Insight into GTK+ Programming
GTK+ stands for GIMP Toolkit. It is a cross-platform widget toolkit used in creating GUIs or graphical user interfaces and licensed or certified under the terms of the GNU LGPL which permits both proprietary and free software or applications to use it. The GIMP Toolkit is an object-oriented or object-based widget toolkit which was written using the C programming language.
For the object orientation, it utilizes GObject which is the GLib object system. The library used for GIMP Toolkit has a set of graphical control elements are the one they called widgets. GTK+ 3.13.3 has 203 active and 37 deprecated widgets. GIMP Toolkit will be using Cairo to deliver the majority of its graphical control elements or widgets beginning with version 2.8 from 2005.
If you want to try it, you can download it from The GTK+ Project Stable Releases.