wxIndustrialControls demo and sources
Cross platform Industrial Controls library demo for Windows (95,98,Me,NT,2K,XP) using wxWidgets.
A cross platform library using wxWidgets ready for Windows, Linux, WinCE.
The ultimate project template (source code) for Visual Studio 6.0 that will set up a project skeleton for wxWidgets.
A VC++ project wizard to create skeleton wxWidgets
Mantained by Marco Cavallini updating previous versions by Bill Nalen and Gregory Silber.
Now works with wxWidgets 2.4.x and above using ReleaseDLL and DebugDLL mode.
Sometimes you have to give up to develop an application using
because you need to read or write to an (.MDB) MS-Access file.
This library want to help in this situation.
Unfortunately .MDB file format is MS proprietary and don't exist any document
explainig how to use it nor any library for Linux or OS than Windows.This library works only with Windows because uses DAO. (no linux porting will be available)
This is the diagram showing wxDao layering.
| wx Application |
| wxDao | |
| DAO.DLL | |
| MFC.DLL and wx.DLL |
The MFC DAO database classes are distinct
from the MFC database classes based on ODBC.
All DAO database class names have the CDao prefix.
Class CDaoDatabase supplies an interface similar to that of the ODBC class CDatabase.
The main difference is that CDatabase accesses the DBMS through Open Database Connectivity (ODBC) and
an ODBC driver for that DBMS.
CDaoDatabase accesses data through a Data Access Object (DAO) based on the Microsoft Jet database engine.
In general, the MFC classes based on DAO are more capable than the MFC classes based on ODBC;
the DAO-based classes can access data, including through ODBC drivers, via their own database engine.
The DAO-based classes also support Data Definition Language (DDL) operations, such as adding tables via the classes, without having to call DAO directly