Glade 3.21 Released For Whipping Up GTK3 Interfaces
Written by Michael Larabel in GNOME on 30 December 2017 at 07:42 PM EST. 1 Comment
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Glade 3.21 was released today as the latest development release of this tool for quickly designing GTK3/GNOME user-interfaces.

With the Glade 3.21 development series they are working on a "new modern UI" for making it easier to use this rapid application development tool for crafting GTK3 interfaces. The main window user-interface of Glade was overhauled while there is also now GtkGLArea object support in their GTK catalog, initial support for the WebKit2GTK+ library, and various bug fixes and other improvements.

Those using Glade for designing GTK3 GUIs can learn more about the 3.21 development release via today's release announcement.
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