wyoGuide is a guide and a tutorial for developing well-designed cross-platform applications. Where possible any guideline is accompanied with sample code. The included fully working demo application applies all these guidelines and is well suited as a starting code base for your own projects.
wyoGuide's main goal is to show how to develop the GUI of your application suitable for any platform. Development with these guidelines gives your application a professional set of base functionality. Application applying these guidelines should allow for ease of use, so a user might immediately feel comfortable.
There is no limitation to use these guidelines with other languages or with other frameworks. The only obstacle is you have to write any code yourself until somebody volunteers to submit code samples to wyoGuide. So far there is only code written in C++ using the wxWidgets framework.
wyoGuide is a work in progress which means not all functionality is specified yet. This leaves a lot of room for improvement if you feel so. wyoGuide is thought for helping you but it's also thought for you to help others. Any suggestion for improvement is welcomed (see feedback). These guidelines should and hopefully will get to a state where they simply are just usable.
What's New in This Release:
· This release mostly corrects text and spelling errors and contains clarifications.