On Tuesday, 30 October 2018 at 14:38:53 UTC, Michelle Long wrote:
On Sunday, 13 March 2016 at 19:28:57 UTC, karabuta wrote:
Gtk3 from python3 has got I nice book with examples that are not so advanced but enough to get you doing real work(from a beginner point of view). GtkD seem to have changed the API structure compared to python3 Gtk3 and the demo examples just "show-off" IMO :). The documentation is really^ not good :)

Any help on where I can get better leaning materials(GtkD)? Repo, blogs post, etc please

I will avoid using GTK for large projects. If can be used for simple things and you can automate a lot of acts(and use glade for UI design)... but it has some problems that will bite you in the long run.

Why is that, if I may ask? Is it the licensing concerns?

I'd just jump in to it, it's not too hard but hard to find the correct information. It will be a time investment of a few months.

Might try nuklearD first. Seems to be better in many aspects.

I believe the gtk stack is very comprehensive. It integrates to Linux desktops fairly well. Has nice power management rules, support for appID, and many widgets.

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