GtkSharp - Part 3 - Basic Example with VS and Glade

It's been a while since I posted my last blog entry so I decided to get a crack on with this one
In this post I'm going to show how to get a basic GtkSharp application working using a glade xml file and some C#.

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GtkSharp - Part 2 - Setting up Glade

The first step in getting GtkSharp to work is to get glade up and running. Glade is an application written to design and create GTK forms via drag and drop. This means we can drag and drop controls onto a form then finally export / save an xml file to be used later by Visual Studio.

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GtkSharp - Part 1 - Cross Platform Toolkits

I decided to have a look into the different toolkit's available for writing .Net code with a GUI that can be used across multiple platforms.
Some of these platforms would include Microsoft Windows 10, Linux and embedded devices such as the Raspberry Pi

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