“This article describes the features and capabilities of MiniGUI, a lightweight graphics framework for embedded systems based on uClinux, Linux, eCos, or proprietary real-time OSes. The article is written by Wei Yongming, who wrote MiniGUI for a CNC (computer numerical control) system, then released it to open source seven years ago.”
A Technical Introduction to MiniGUI
2005-11-02 Graphics 5 Comments
Anything else is better than stealing.
Look at the code! Win32! To hell, foul beast.
speaking of embedded GUI systems, it’s a darn shame PicoGUI (picogui.org) isn’t being developed anymore. That was a lot of fun, super fast, even on hardware that other embedded GUI systems like CE, MicroWindows/NanoX, Qtopia/QPE among others. And this was on top of Linux, which is a lot of overhead for a tiny computer, but PicoGUI did well with it. *sigh*
The hello world example is exactly like MS Windows programming…
Why do remake this silly Windows way ?
Top 10 Windows Freeware tools for 2005: http://windows.czweb.org/show_article.php?id_article=222