wxDev-C++ Screenshots

Here are a few screenshots that our users have sent us for inclusion on this site. These are real-world applications that companies and developers invest their time and money in.

If you use wxDev-C++ and wish to contribute a screenshot of your project in development (source code can be blurred) please email Tony at tbreina [ AT [ users ^ DOT ] sourceforge ^ DOT ] net.

 

wxDev-C++ version 7.0 with the wxWidgets RAD designer plugin.
wxDev-C++ IDE without the wxWidgets RAD.
UPX GUI The UPX GUI's main frame. UPX GUI was written entirely using wxDev-C++.
UPX GUI The UPX GUI's main frame. UPX GUI was written entirely using wxDev-C++.
Visual C++ Environment Setup The Visual C++ Environment Setup was written in wxDev-C++ and compiled with VC 2005 to showcase the capabilities of wxDev-C++ alongside setting up the environment for users.
Gammu+ Gammu+ is a mobile phone management software written with wxDev-C++
SkinDoc2 SkinDoc2 is a good example of the type of interfaces that can be created using wxWidgets and wxDev-C++. Admittedly Sof.T had to massage the code generated by the form designer a little in order to use the wxAUI framework, but it is possible to use the form designer in tandem with wxAUI.
Scripto writeKA uses wxDev-C++ to code Scripto, a configurable transliteration utility that lets you write easily in multiple languages and email or publish to blogs directly.