Linked by Eugenia Loli on Sun 16th Apr 2006 19:55 UTC
Mac OS X This chapter introduces Interface Builder, a tool no less important to Cocoa development than Xcode itself. IB is used as a straightforward tool for laying out windows and views. You'll see how to set the many options for automatic sizing of embedded views and how to use Interface Builder's own simulation mode to verify that your layout and sizing choices work.
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Use wx.net
by dindin on Mon 17th Apr 2006 17:23 UTC
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2006-03-29

I would recommend using wx.net (http://wxnet.sourceforge.net/). It provides cross platform portability and uses native widgets for the actual rendering. Combined with Mono, it would be a pretty usefull platform. This should have been the manner in which Windows.Forms should have been implemented in Mono.

Platform specific API's are going to be a thing of the past but actual GUI rendering should be native.

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