Tuesday, January 30, 2018

Programming: GUI with wxHaskell

So recently I have been getting back into some programming, and I figured messing around with a GUI would make me feel a little more accomplished. So to keep things simple, I made a temperature converter because it's simple and the documentation for wxHaskell is a bit hard for me.

I'm sure my design is absolutely terrible, but it works. Feel free to complain about my design. At the very least, it shows how to use a few components. If I get some time I may create something that shows as many components as I can work out.

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