his tutorial was produced
under guidance of Kelvin Sung, Associate Professor in the Computing and Software Systems
program at the University of Washington Bothell
guidance tutorial was designed to create reference and direction given in conjunction with
the book "Essential Concepts for Building Interactive Graphics Applications".
While the concept of graphics and event-programming allows one to program in various Graphic and
GUI API's, these tutorials will utilize the Microsoft® Visual Studio® Integrated Development
Environment (IDE) using the Microsoft Foundations Class (MFC
as the GUI API.
Each lesson inside the tutorial will include a set of prerequisites from previous tutorials, along with occasional software
and library prerequisites.
Tutorial Guides for MFC Applications
# SOFTWARE REQUIREMENTS #
- Microsoft Visual Studio .NET 2003 (7.1)
- If you are running Visual Studio .NET 2002 (7.0), there is a small change that is optional
to open the project solutions (Thanks to Lawrence 'Larry' Wotton for pointing this out).
- Open the solution file (.sln) in a simple text editor and change the Microsoft VS Solution File,
Format Version 8.00 to 7.00 -- Save then Close
- Open all project files (.vcproj), including those with libraries, in a simple
text editor and change on line 4 of the XML based code, Version="7.10" to Version="7.00"
-- Save then Close
» Written by William Frankhouser
» Advised by Kelvin Sung
as part of the project sponsored by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. 0442420. Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this
material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.
» Produced in the "Essential Concepts for Building Interactive Computer Graphics Applications", A.K. Peters, Ltd.