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It starts with a simple Erlang module that runs in the shell.  I walk through creating the window, adding wxwidgets, creating monitors to listen to user activity, and building a loop function that connects the window to the Erlang code.  
 
It starts with a simple Erlang module that runs in the shell.  I walk through creating the window, adding wxwidgets, creating monitors to listen to user activity, and building a loop function that connects the window to the Erlang code.  
  
Click here: [http://wxerlang.dougedmunds.com | wxerlang workups] or here http://wxerlang.dougedmunds.com to go to the site.
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There is a commented wx_object behaviour.
  
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There are examples of using device contexts to draw graphics.
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Click here: http://wxerlang.dougedmunds.com to go to the site.
  
  
 
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Revision as of 04:27, 29 June 2010

Author

Doug Edmunds

wxErlang Tutorial

I have written a beginner's tutorial on the wx module.

It starts with a simple Erlang module that runs in the shell. I walk through creating the window, adding wxwidgets, creating monitors to listen to user activity, and building a loop function that connects the window to the Erlang code.

There is a commented wx_object behaviour.

There are examples of using device contexts to draw graphics.

Click here: http://wxerlang.dougedmunds.com to go to the site.