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Custom Development Services

Application Development

We may either work with your team on development of applications using wxWidgets or undertake it entirely ourselves. In the latter case, we can take charge of all aspects of the project, including design, hosting of the project sources in a version control system, development itself, testing, documentation and delivery. While our development rates are perfectly reasonable and we work quickly, we don't primarily stand out from the competition on neither price nor speed but rather on the quality of our work. We are enthusiastic about good development practices and always provide the best, and not the least, effort in order to make something work. So even if it takes us more efforts now, you will receive not only the working application (with the tests to prove it) but also with well-written, clear and commented, easily maintainable code base that will save you time and money in the future.

Notice that it is also possible for us to produce the skeleton defining the program UI only leaving the business-logic part for you to implement. In this scenario, the above-mentioned advantages still apply to the GUI part of the code and you can be sure that your application will use wxWidgets in the best possible way and will be easy to maintain and upgrade later.

Porting to wxWidgets

As a special case of application development, we may also port an existing program to wxWidgets. A typical example is porting a legacy code base using MFC under Microsoft Windows to wxWidgets in order to make it possible to run it under the other platforms. Another common requirement is to ensure that a program developed with an older version of wxWidgets itself works correctly with the latest version of the library (which is usually a simple task thanks to wxWidgets good backwards compatibility) and gains access to the new features. In any case, we may help you by ensuring that your program uses wxWidgets in the optimal way.

June 23, 2015
Release of where-included: a new tool for C/C++ programmers for finding the header file dependencies.
July 28, 2014
A new release of Bakefile, a makefile generator tool, is now available.
July 20, 2014
We released a Munin plugin allowing to monitor the parameters of Freebox (French ISP modem).
November 11, 2013
wxWidgets 3.0, the first stable release of wxWidgets since several years, is now available.
September 1, 2013
Yahoo! Groups redesign has unfortunately made inoperable our popular yahoo2mbox script.
August 22, 2013
Added apache-splice-logs tool page.
March 31, 2013
Added new svn-to-git migration article.
August 6, 2012
Minor mladmin update: fix the script to work with recent Perl versions.
July 25, 2012
New diff-pdf tool description added.
April 27, 2012
wxWidgets training course proposed by TT-Solutions has been updated to cover version 3.0, please see training page for more information including the plan and some examples.
December 5, 2011
Another new script to help dealing with removing #pragma once from your code if needed.