Developers around the world have used GTK as a platform to create apps that solve problems faced by end users.
Glade is a RAD tool which enables quick and easy development of user interfaces for the GTK toolkit and the GNOME desktop environment.
Check out this easy tutorial on how to create a toolbar using Glade.
GTK has all the features that a widget toolkit needs to have. These features make it the most trusted toolkit for developing Linux applications.
Projects built using GTK and its dependencies run on well known operating systems.
GTK deliver the enticing features and superb performance which adds to your applications.
GTK has a comprehensive collection of core widgets like Buttons, Windows, Toolbars for use in your application.
GTK is an free and open source project maintained by GNOME and an active community of contributors.
GTK boasts of an easy to use API which helps in decreasing your development time and produce better results.
GTK caters for a number features like Native look and feel, theme support, Object oriented approach that today’s developers look for in a toolkit.
GTK is built on top of GLib. GLib provides the fundamental data types and system integration points to avoid duplicated code in applications.
By taking the advantage of GTK being a cross-platform development tool and it’s easy to use API, you can develop amazing apps using the GTK. If you are interested in developing an app, get started now by developing this example application.
GTK is a large project and relies on volunteers from around the world. To help us with the project development, hack away on the existing bugs and feature requests.
If you want to ask questions about GTK, whether it’s for developing applications with GTK or contributing to GTK itself, you can use the GNOME Discourse instance, under the Platform/Core category. You can use tags like gtk or glib to narrow down the topic of discussion to specific libraries. You can also ask questions on our IRC channel.
If you are a developer and want to contribute towards GTK, you are more than welcome to do so. Get started now to get some familarity to GTK.