Saturday, September 08, 2007


So I decided to start working on getting a GtkCanvas implementation on GTK+.
I believe GTK+ is really missing a good canvas implementation to make it easy to create rich UI applications such as Plasma, Canola, ....

Plasma is using QGraphicsView framework, a really good canvas framework, that enables you to create really nice UIs with nice animations/transitions. As already stated in some blogs [1], Canola will be using Evas for it's next version. So why not have a GtkCanvas? As i said in the previous post, I together with Renato already started creating a GtkTransition class. Together with a Canvas implementation you can create really nice animations really easy. I will be posting a video of an example application soon.

So if you are interested on this topic see this thread on gtk-devel mailing list


1 comment:

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