Blueprint, a markup language for creating GTK user interfaces, is ready to use! Learn more about how you can use it and future plans for the project in this blog post from James Westman: https://www.jwestman.net/2021/12/02/introducing-blueprint-a-new-way-to-craft-user-interfaces.html
My markup language for #GTK4 is ready, and I'm eager to hear your feedback! Is it something you'd use in your apps? What features would you like to see next?
This means you can download the latest development snapshots from GitLab CI here: https://gitlab.gnome.org/World/gfeeds/-/pipelines
Also, if you're on #arch gfeeds-git has been updated as well to the new version.
I've been working on this for a very long time, and I've constantly been adding new things I learn from time to time. I never really talked about it too much since I made it mostly for my own consumption but I think it might be useful for others as well.
It's a reference with tips and tricks on how I setup my #archlinux install as well as common problems one may encounter along the way. Feel free to let me know what you think, as well as contribute your own tips!
Hey I just wrote a blog post about #gtk4, #libadwaita and the new #gfeeds at https://gabmus.org/posts/gtk4_libadwaita_and_the_new_feeds/
I took a short break from the libadwaita 1.0 roadmap items this week to finish and land @maximiliano's work on toasts - a high level replacement for GdNotification and ad-hoc notification widgets GNOME apps have been using since forever.
The API is very much inspired by GNotification, as well as toasts and snackbars on Android - with the difference from GNotification being that AdwToast objects can be used to modify or dismiss toasts after they've been sent.
RT from Martijn Braam (@braam_martijn)
Original tweet : https://twitter.com/braam_martijn/status/1453066669534887942
#Python stands to lose its #GIL, and gain a lot of speed
Oh, and of course it works with a touch screen, too!
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