Linked by Andrew Hudson on Thu 14th Jul 2011 17:47 UTC
BeOS & Derivatives This article provides a brief overview of the Haiku operating system from a programmer's point of view, with sample code for an inter-application communication application. The Haiku API is simple and powerful and by the end of this article you will be able to use a variety of objects to write your own Haiku applications. Some C or C++ coding experience is useful.
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Nice article.
by matako on Fri 15th Jul 2011 08:00 UTC
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Good, pure technical read. Perhaps a bit too involved for a typical beginner (application rosters, media files), but then again - it is nice to see some of the more advanced stuff in an introductory article.

If I had to name one Haiku API feature as its distinct forte, I'd say Messaging. It is simple yet so powerful. I often miss the BeOS messaging design in other programming frameworks.

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