...to the Not Felix Kasza's Win32 samples page. The focus here at N.F.K.W.S is on all things UI. My name is Chris Becke, and I have articles and tutorials covering the Graphics Device Interface, the window manager and the windows shell. Lots of these are responses to queries in the newsgroups I frequent, most are the products of my own urge to poke about my system and find out how things work.
A list of the articles I have written, past an present, sorted by interest. I make no warranties regarding the code samples presented herein as suitable for anything. While the style may be bad I have tried to ensure that the files presented will compile on any C++ compiler that produces Win32 binaries. As I use DevStudio 6 this task is somewhat difficult - please - if anything doesn't compile send email to the contact address below.
Rebasing DLLs - The home of NiftyLoadLibrary - and some notes on rebasing dlls.
Bitmap Basics - A set of basic tutorials on working with the core bitmap structures.
The Hello World Tutorial - How simple windows applications can be written.
UI Tutorial - Recipes for using some of the more advanced window controls.
Modal Message Loop - Demonstrates how to implement the message loop for a modal window.
Mouse Capture - Notes on TrackMouseEvent, and SetCapture on Win32.
The Undocumented Shell - The home of shlext - everything I know (and more) about
undocumented shell API's
webhost.cab [5Kb] - The most bare boned container (I know of at least) capable of hosting an
Internet Explorer WebBrowser object. Without crashing.
DirectX Tutorial A quick explanation of how to use DirectX in a GDI based
Removing the c-runtime - Shun the run-time libraries and shrink your applications.
C & C++ Language Tricks - More tricks of use to a coder who shuns run-time libraries.
Linked List tips - Using double pointers to simplyfy a linked list implementation.
The Real Deal - Felix Kasza's Win32 Samples. There is no substitute.
www.alapg.tw - The home page of my Hosting Server
Win32 development The so called "offline location" with my old article archive.
Coders Corner Damn its ugly. Its mine, very out of date and in quite bad taste. What can I say - I was young and thought fonts were cool.
Do you have any questions? I usually hang out on these newsgroups:
Feedback about this site and its contents is appreciated. You can email me at [incorrect address deleted by admin], but I ask you at least to consider posting to the above groups first: your question (and an eventual answer) may be of interest to more than just you and me. Besides, while I am adequate with some aspects of Win32, I am hopeless with others; don't waste the opportunity to profit from the knowledge of the other regulars of those newsgroups.
You are a windows developer. You owe it to yourself to get a system that allows you to work effectivly. Thus, some tips: