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Tue Jan 29 09:05:19 UTC 2019

On Friday, 25 January 2019 at 21:16:59 UTC, Ron Tarrant wrote:
> My approach is to lay out a firm foundation for both imperative 
> and object-oriented paradigms, then build from there, taking 
> things one step at a time.

By OOP you mean user controls? Hmm... I'd say, user control is an 
advanced topic. In most cases each form is written in isolation 
with little code sharing, and classes provided by gtkd as is 
(that imperative way) should work fine. If you notice a recurring 
pattern and want to reuse it among different forms, a user 
control can be used to abstract it, but it also has a higher 
design quality requirement, because now it's going to be reused 
and thus needs to work in different mostly unforeseen contexts. 
Just writing a one-off user control is an overkill.

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