We are always looking to improve the getting started documentation of the DWF Toolkit. Approximately 185 C++ programmers continue to download the free DWF Toolkit each week.
If you have worked with the DWF Toolkit and have some tips on how to get started, please send them to me: [email protected]. I would like to collect them and present them in a blog article. If you wish to go over and above the call of duty and write a short white paper on this topic, we would certainly do what we can to show our gratitude.
If you are among the 5954 programmers who have downloaded the DWF toolkit this year, the tips you provide can help the other 5953. You could be famous.
We can be Heroes, just for one day.
Even with its getting started documentation shortcomings, the DWF Toolkit is doing all right. Director of DWF Business Development, Mary Hope McQuiston, reports that we have quite a diversity among our DWF partners:
- Viewing: (30 companies providing 56 products)
- Server based (9 companies providing 14 products)
- Windows based (17 companies providing 34 products)
- CE/Pocket PC (3 companies providing 7 products)
- Unix/Linux (1 companies providing 1 prod)
- Tools: (53 companies providing 83 products)
- Collab/Doc Management (11 companies providing 16 products)
- Output/Creation (12 companies providing 12 products)
- Conversion/Publishing (16 companies providing 32 products)
- Search (4 companies providing 5 products)
- Printing (10 companies providing 18 products)
- Related Items (36 companies providing 59 products)
- Raster to vector (1 companies providing 2 products)
- Embeddable controls (10 companies providing 16 products)
- S/W Dev Kits (1 company with 1 product)
- Applications (11 companies providing 27 products)
- Content (13 companies providing 13 products)
- Freeware/Shareware (3 companies providing 4 products)
- 3 companies providing 4 products
All told that are many companies with many shipping products. More are in the works. Some of you must have some tips.
Everybody in the club get tips.