wxDesigner is a dialog editor and RAD tool for the wxWindows C++ library and its popular Python and Perl bindings. It includes a visual dialog editor, a bitmap editor, a syntax-highlighting source editor, and built-in mechanisms for automatic generation of file skeletons, GUI classes, event handlers, and getter functions. It provides an identical user interface and identical functionality for C++, Perl, and Python, and it can generate output in C++, Python, Perl, and XML.
|Tags||Software Development Code Generators Text Editors Integrated Development Environments (IDE)|
|Operating Systems||Mac OS X Windows OS Independent POSIX IRIX Linux BSD FreeBSD Solaris|
|Implementation||C++ Perl Python|
Release Notes: This release adds support for many more new controls recently added to wxWidgets such as wxHyperlinkCtrl, wxAnimationCtrl, wxFilePickerCtrl, wxDirPickerCtrl, wxColourPickerCtrl, wxFontPickerCtrl, and wxDatePickerCtrl. It has improved dialog editor usability with better previewing, snappier removal and additions of controls, and more.
Release Notes: This version is built on and uses wxWidgets 3.0. It has additional widget support for e.g. collapsible panes, standard button dialog sizers, alpha transparency icons, and UTF-8 string literals.
Release Notes: This release features general updates reflecting changes in the underlying wxWidgets library including documentation, and the addition of new styles flags for certain controls and menu items. The output for all supported formats has been updated to the newest version of wxWidgets, wxPython, wxPerl, and wx.Net. This release also comes with much better support for Mac OS X both in terms of wxDesigner itself as well as better support for creating apps for Mac OS X.
Release Notes: Support for wx.NET, the C# bindings of wxWindows, has been added. wx.NET gives you native look-and-feel dialogs (and applications as wholes), plus the powerful features of .NET (or Mono or DotGNU).
Release Notes: This is the first version that runs on the GTK 2 toolkit to integrate better with the newest GNOME 2 based systems. It has better support for Unicode based apps. Apart from that, many minor bugs were fixed and the documentation was updated. There were also many improvements to the MacOS X version, reflecting the work done on the Mac port of wxWindows.