wxWidgets 3.0 Framework Officially Released
Written by Michael Larabel in Free Software on 11 November 2013 at 08:20 PM EST. 1 Comment
After seeing several development releases, the wxWidgets 3.0 release has happened with GTK+3 support, improved Apple OS X support, and many other changes with this being the first major stable release in a number of years.

The wxWidgets 3.0 has features like better Unicode support, a new Apple Cocoa OS X port, 64-bit Apple support, GTK3 tool-kit support for wxGTK, access to the native web rendering engine inside wxWebView, better interoperability, and an improved debugging experience.

More details on the many changes found in version 3.0 of this multi-platform, versatile framework can be found via the 3.0 release announcement that was issued today.

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