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Zune for Beginners

Description: Zune tutorial
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Size: 37kb
Version: 3
Date: 14 Oct 14
Author: Robert Negro
Submitter: cavemann
Category: development/example
License: Other
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The Robert Negro Zune Tutorial seems to have a
dead link to the source file. So here is the zip
for anyone who wants to compile some zune coding

For further information, there is a thread 
discussing the tutorial at Aros-Exec.



AROS Zune programming tutorials for beginners

These tutorials are aimed for beginners in area of
Zune framework for AROS operating system. In future
I plan to post additional tutorials for 2d graphics
and sound on AROS.

What’s included in download:
1. Hello world
2. Button click events
3. Tabs
4. Message box
5. Window resizer
6. Two windows
7. Dynamic window creation
8. Input field
9. Text editor
10. File dialog
11. Poplist object
12. Color adjust object
13. Question dialog
14. Main menu
15. Pop up menu
16. Gadgets and events
17. Simple list view
18. List view with two columns
19. List view with three columns
20. Frames
( list view demos fixed to avoid possible crashes – 31.10.2012)

How to compile and run demos?
1. unzip demos in myworkspace folder
2. open terminal
3. enter “sh”
4. enter “cd ..”
5. enter “cd myworkspace”
6. enter “gcc helloworld.c -lmui -o helloworld.out”
(replace helloworld.c with filename you want to compile,
helloworld.out  will be binary output of compiler)
7. enter “helloworld.out”

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