[MonoDevelop] GUI Toolkit for mono developer
charlie at nunit.com
Fri Feb 14 00:14:16 UTC 2014
There are advantages and disadvantages to each approach. You simply
have to grok the approach of the gui framework you are using and go
with its strengths. It's possible to try to program for gtk as if it
were windows, but it wastes a lot of time.
On Thu, Feb 13, 2014 at 11:21 AM, FGG <fgg at fgg.nu> wrote:
> I don 't see the advantage: in a normal (Windows)form I have a screen-sized
> form and I can put several controls on it in perspective to the form.
> In this case I have to divide form in sections first in order to get some
> balance on the form.
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