Developing Linux Applications Book with GTK+ and GDK by Eric Harlow from 1999 FIRST PRINTING
CONDITION: VERY GOOD. Pre-owned.
Developing Linux Applications Book. With GTK+ and GDK. Written by Eric Harlow. FIRST PRINTING, 1999. Softcover, 488 pages. Vintage book great for collectors. Tight binding; crisp, clean pages. The book has a little bit of shelf wear, including a remainder mark on the bottom edge of the pages.
"Written for the developer with extensive C knowledge, this book teaches through detailed examples. The author incorporates the rudiments of GTK+ with these examples to give the reader a detailed, holistic learning experience. He then takes the reader to the next level of development by providing instruction on creating unique widgets, designing complex graphical environments with GDK, and working with sprites and animation."
"Perfect for the experienced Windows or UNIX developer interested in learning about GTK+, this book is the covalent bond that will strengthen anyone's development savvy."
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