Minimalist GNU for Windows (MinGW) is a native software port of the GNU tool chain for the Microsoft Windows operating system. The base components of MinGW software are compiler, linker, and assembler. This minimal tool set is enough to start developing applications. But MinGW contains some service utilities to make the developing process more effective:
In this article by Ilya Shpigor, the author of Instant MinGW Starter, you will learn how to perform some tasks with the most important features of MinGW :
GNU Debugger (GDB)
Compiler for Windows resource files
Header files and libraries for Windows API
Collection of archives and packers
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The article, IBM Lotus Notes 8.5.3, helps you master the IBM Lotus Notes 8.5.3 client to become an expert at e-mail, calendaring and scheduling, contacts, to dos, and much more. This article by Barry Max Rosen, author of Instant IBM Lotus Notes 8.5.3 How-to, explains how IBM Lotus Notes 8.5.3 is highly customizable and works the way you want it to work.
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In this article by Ivan Idris, author of Instant Pygame for Python Game Development How-to , we will create a simple game. As is traditional in the world of programming, we will start with a Hello World! example. It's not a game per se. It's important to notice the so-called main game loop where all the action happens and the usage of the Font module to render text. In this program we will manipulate a Pygame's Surface object, that is used for drawing and we will handle a quit event.
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In this article by Thoriq Firdaus, the author of the book, Responsive Web Design by Example, we will learn about some basic features of Responsive Web Design frameworks.
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This article by Nick Polyak, author of Instant Silverlight 5 Animation , will describe the process involved in animating a built-in button.
A Silverlight button has the following mouse-driven states: