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I spent about 2 hours on Google trying to find a good one. I think I already have a headache.

Does anyone have a good tutorial both for windows and Linux?

Thanks in advance


Posted 9-Feb-11 3:50am
Updated 9-Feb-11 4:08am
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Solution 1

You could look at something like QT if you want to try something that works on Linux and Windows, but for Windows a more popular C++ UI framework would be MFC. Google for MFC and QT tutorials and you should find tons of content.
Espen Harlinn 9-Feb-11 10:26am
QT is good, a 5
Nishant Sivakumar 9-Feb-11 10:34am
Thank you.
SAKryukov 9-Feb-11 11:03am
Again, reasonable, my 5.
It needs selection of the desktop manager and the library (Qt is multi-platform as well as GTK). I would add some more if I knew the manuals.
JF2015 10-Feb-11 1:17am
Very good advice!
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Solution 2

You could also take a look at WxWidgets:[^]

A tutorial on building a good gui, and a tutorial on a particular toolkit/library usually doesn't have much in common.

If you want to build a good gui, you need to investigate the usage scenario. A good gui for a casual user is usually a really bad gui for a power user - and vice versa :)

Espen Harlinn
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Solution 3

As others have suggested, your choice of framework (.NET, MFC, Qt) will influence your GUI. However, there are some commonly-used GUI   rules and guidelines which transcend the choice of framework. Microsoft has published their User Experience Interaction Guidelines here:[^]

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