Looking toward a Fyne 2020

Today I posted a reflection on 2019 for the Fyne project – it’s been a very busy year indeed. We are celebrating 9 releases (3 major), 37 contributors, 7300 stargazers on GitHub and a conference live streamed on YouTube – to read more head to the Fyne blog. It clearly would not be possible without the fantastic contributions of the community – developers, designers, testers … Continue reading Looking toward a Fyne 2020

Meet the first book about Golang GUI programming

As people following this blog may know I had become frustrated at how difficult it is to create cross-platform native applications for desktop systems. Most of the languages and APIs are out dated, require complex compilation or large run-time dependencies. It was in an effort to do something about this that I started to learn Go – it seemed like a really easy to learn … Continue reading Meet the first book about Golang GUI programming

A different direction for a brighter future

What follows is an email I sent to the Enligthenment Developer list today. For some time I have wondered if the project has lost it’s way and I finally decided it’s time to make a move – and announce my new project at http://fyne.io! I know there are others who are thinking about what the future might hold in desktop software – if you want … Continue reading A different direction for a brighter future

Building an Enlightened IDE

So I mentioned before a project called EDI and I’ve been posting some info online but I never really described it here. So – for my faithful followers – what am I up to? In absence of other active projects (such as growing a company, establishing a software platform or maintaining apps) I decided to get back to some Enlightenment development. After around 8 years … Continue reading Building an Enlightened IDE