A Look At The GTK4 Development In Early 2017
Written by Michael Larabel in GNOME on 2 January 2017 at 08:47 AM EST. 4 Comments
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Prolific GNOME developer Matthias Clasen has written a blog post about recent and ongoing work for GTK4 at the start of 2017.

Clasen shared about some of the code clean-up work that's happening, removing the GTK pixel cache, changes to the widget and window APIs, renderer work, CSS filter support with GPU support, and more.

Find out more along with some screenshots and videos of the latest GTK4 tool-kit changes via Matthias Clasen's blog.
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