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Mon Sep 21 09:38:23 UTC 2020
On Monday, 21 September 2020 at 08:39:44 UTC, Imperatorn wrote:
> What is the easiest way to create GUI applications in D?
> Like drag n drop style? IDE support?
> (We're using Windows 10 in our organization, so a
> Windows-friendly solution would be nice)
I have toyed with GtkD and is very promising and enjoyable.
You have Glade (installed separately) that is the interface
designer. With my current project, however, I am writing it all
in D code... very easy and readable so far. :-)
However, I have only compiled/run my examples on Linux. I do not
know how they would turn out when running on Windows 10. I have
heard GTK doesn't always look as nice on Windows or Apple but
this may have been common in the past... or depends on what you
are adding to the Window/Form.
(It seems like we are in a similar boat about using D on Windows
systems. I have recently created a question about vibe.d on
windows. lol. I am hoping that Dlang, for the most part, will be
my answer to the 'one great language' of mine for multiple
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