Develop dynamic applications with MinGW using Packt's new book and ebook.

March 2013 | Microsoft

Packt is pleased to announce the publication of Instant MinGW Starter a new book and ebook for users to learn how to use MinGW with new projects. Written by Ilya Shpigor, this book provides readers with an expert guidance to start developing applications with Instant MinGW.

About the Author:

Ilya Shpigor is a software developer in a flight simulator manufacturing company in Saint Petersburg, Russia. He has participated in ALT Linux distribution and Wine open source software development before his current job. Ilya has experience in cross-platform software development, and real-time computing systems design.

Through this book, users will learn the basic procedure of installation, and will be introduced to compilation, debugging, and profiling with MinGW. Readers will learn how to import existing projects developed with Visual C++ Integrated Development Environment to MinGW, and will be able to start using it on their current projects comfortably.

Furthermore, readers will be provided with solutions to develop cross-platform, GUI library, based applications and also integrate several well-known open source IDE systems with the MinGW toolset. With the help of the book users will be taken through a reliable, comprehensive, and supremely beneficial introduction to the MinGW software, and quickly learn how to use it for new and old projects.

This is an excellent book for C and C++ developers looking for new and effective instruments to use in application development for Microsoft Windows. For more information, please visit the book page at http://www.packtpub.com/mingw-starter/book.



Instant MinGW Starter [Instant]
Learn how to integrate applications with well-known, open source, GUI libraries using this book.

For more information, please visit: http://www.packtpub.com/mingw-starter/book

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