wyoGuide is a collection of guidelines for designing cross-platform applications written in C++ using the wxWidgets framework. It gives ideas and advice how an application could/should be written. wyoGuide provides sample code which applies to all these guidelines. Each of these samples can be taken as a starting base for your own project.
The main goal of wyoGuide is to get a consistent look and feel of the GUI of any application including at least some essential base functionality. The guidelines should allow for ease of use of an application, so a user might immediately feel comfortable.
Of course any of these guidelines may be freely applied (or not) and it's understandable that not all of these guidelines might be appropriate in each case. Still these guidelines should and will get to a state where they simply are just usable.
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