Re: Learning GTK / GUI Programming

Hi Rick,

GNOME has a Human Interface guideline for designing GUI, it is applied
to GTK+ application too.

For general hacking, refer to GNU Coding Standards


On Sat, 2003-08-30 at 07:03, Rick Sutphin wrote:
> Hello,
> I am a newbie who is trying to learn GTK+, and GUI programming in
> general. I have gone through the tutorial, and have written a couple
> simple programs. 
> What I am having trouble with, is trying to learn to write/design larger
> applications. The programs I have written so far have been ugly; full of
> global variables, and with the application code tightly coupled to the
> GUI code. 
> Does anyone have any suggestions of how to learn to write clean well
> designed GUI applications (in GTK or just in general)? 
> Rick
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