by else-return0

A GUI for C and C++ programmers, enhancing Windows API interfaces creation ease.

Operating system: Windows

Publisher: else-return0

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Axolotl is a graphical user interface designed to assist with C and C++ programming tasks for developers looking to swiftly create Windows interfaces using only the Windows API.

This application is intended for programmers who wish to write pure C/C++ code for the Windows API, without the assistance of a modern integrated development environment (IDE) such as C++ Builder or Visual C++. If you're a developer using an IDE like Code::Blocks to create lean and efficient apps, Axolotl could be a useful tool for you.

  • Easily and graphically create multiple windows (frames).
  • Provides common controls of the Windows API with just a few clicks.
  • Offers a property editor for easy adjustments of basic properties.
  • Allows changes to be made to frames without risking the loss of code you might have written in the meantime.

Axolotl allows you to design and position graphic interfaces intuitively, easily adjust their basic properties, and make changes to frames without jeopardizing any code that might have been created along the way.

Axolotl significantly simplifies the process of creating efficient Windows interfaces using pure C/C++ code.

It's important to note that while Axolotl makes creating user interfaces for Windows applications a lot easier, it doesn't provide an exact preview of how the window and controls will look once the code is run. The controls in Axolotl are custom-drawn to resemble Windows controls, helping you understand their position and dimensions, but the visual style may vary.

Before using Axolotl, it is recommended to carefully read the instructions contained in the help pages for a better understanding of the software's features and limitations.

Windows operating system.
Basic knowledge of C/C++ programming.
Understanding of Windows API.

Great for quick creation of graphical Windows interfaces.
Offers intuitive design and positioning of graphic interfaces.
Prevents loss of code while making changes to frames.

Limited to Windows API, not versatile for other platforms.
Lack of exact preview impacts accuracy of interface design.
Has a steep learning curve for non-experienced programmers.