Another GTK awesome release!
Matthias Clasen keeps adding things!
Adwaita theme is now an integrated part of GTK+.
A robust way to write GTK+ themes!
GTK Inspector is turning to a really great software!
A handy tip to revert dialog controls on the “typical” position.
A couple days ago Vala and Evan Nemerson added “webkit2gtk-3.0 and webkit2gtk-web-extension-3.0″ bindings.
Adwaita GTK+ Theme got some new spinners!
GTK Inspector (aka Parasite), stopped to be a module and it moved into libgtk.
How to launch GNOME/GTK+ applications with custom themes for each one.
Parasite is now on GTK+!
The “fat” and ugly progressive bars of GTK+ are gone, but with a small cost!
GTK is going to embed the GTK-Parasite as a default module!
An updated roadmap with the things that GTK+ will bring towards to GTK4 release. Yes, that means GNOME 4!
GNOME and GTK+ 3.14 bring massive changes on File Chooser Design!
Porting Gear Menus of GNOME Applications to Popovers!
Some tips to maintain our GTK Themes over time.
Let’s shrink GNOME a bit and review its look again!
Gource is a software version control visualization program, that help us to understand the development progress of various software, like GTK 3.12 in this case!
GTK bumped to version 3.13 and the first new thing was to introduce a new API and other improvements for GTK List Box.