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Lesson 5 - Adding standard GUI elements

Lesson 5 - Adding standard GUI elements

In this lesson, we’ll learn how to add standard GUI elements like the statusbar and the toolbar.

Lesson 4 - Code Documentation and Code Versioning

Lesson 4 - Code Documentation and Code Versioning

Today we’re going to take a look at two very important development practices - Code documentation and Code Versioning.

Lesson 3 - Resources - Icons, Dialogs and Menus

Lesson 3 - Resources - Icons, Dialogs and Menus

In this lesson we’ll take a look at Windows Resources. You’ll learn to add an icon to your application, add a menu, and version information. You’ll also learn to include a very important kind of resource - the Dialog resource.

Introduction

Introduction

This is an ongoing series on win32 programming on the Windows PC. In this article, I introduce the subject and discuss ways of getting in touch.

Lesson 2 - Creating a basic window

Lesson 2 - Creating a basic window

In this lesson you will be introduced to the event-driven programming model. You will learn how Windows uses messages to communicate with applications, how event based programming works, what callback functions are, and while doing this create a basic windows application.

Lesson 1 - Your first windows application

Lesson 1 - Your first windows application

Welcome to your first lesson. You will learn to create your first windows application which will display ‘Hello World!’ in a message box.