The intent of this journal is to show a series of short examples to provide C++ developers with a general understanding about how to use the open source CopperSpice libraries.
Our initial article, posted in December 2021, shows how to set up your working environment and then build or install CopperSpice. The next several show a simple GUI example and how to build, install, and then run the program. Later examples will show how to use the widgets and controls which are provided in the CsCore and CsGui libraries.
As an open source project we encourage developers to contribute to this project. Source code changes can be submitted on github by sending a pull request.
Questions or comments about CopperSpice or this journal should be submitted to our CopperSpice forum. To contact the developers directly you can send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.