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Cross-Platform GUI Programming with wxWidgets by Stefan Csomor, Kevin Hock, Julian Smart

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Appendix E Third-Party Tools for wxWidgets

This appendix lists a selection of libraries and tools you can use with wxWidgets. More can be found on the wxWidgets web site, particularly in the Resources and Contributions sections, and also on http://wxcode.sf.net.

Language Bindings

C++ is not the only language you can use for wxWidgets programming: the following projects integrate wxWidgets with other languages. Some are more fully developed than others, and not all work on all major platforms. wxPython is the most mature and popular of all bindings, and it works on Windows, Linux, and Mac.

wxPython combines wxWidgets and the Python language to create a powerful and popular tool for rapid GUI programming. Figure E-1 shows wxPython running ...

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