Description from the publisher
Learn from step-by-step commented source codes how to create e-documents with wxWidgets, the free C++ framework and Visual C++ 2005 Express Edition with Platform SDK.
MyWXeDoc is a Windows executable program that displays e-documents. It was built using Visual C++ 2005 Express Edition with the Platform SDK R2 (Microsoft Platform SDK for Windows Server 2003 R2). It does not use MFC but instead uses the free C++ framework, wxWidgets. Its fully commented source codes show you how to use wxWidgets to create e-document programs. This way you can distribute your own electronic documents as a program so you do not need to use any other document reader.
If you are looking for a full example source code for a complete wxWidgets C++ program, then this package is for you.
The purpose of MyWXeDoc is to be a learning tool for you to learn how to use wxWidgets to create your own e-documents. From the step-by-step commented source codes of this e-document program, you can learn how to create the electronic version of many types of documents such as user manuals, guides, catalogs, articles, picture albums and books.
To harness the full power of C++, I have used wxWidgets so that you can create e-document programs that:
1. allow you the full flexibility of changing the user interface;
2. allow you the option of extending the program features by using other wxWidgets classes and other C or C++ libraries;
3. do not depend on Internet Explorer to be installed on the user's machine;
4. do not use MFC; and
5. are easily ported to the many platforms which are supported by wxWidgets.
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