Here is the minimum code required for a Windows application:
The code above will produce a normal application window with a system menu, a minimize button and a close button like the one below.
Here is a more useful example with around 110 lines of code. This script will simply
for a file using the standard Windows Open
dialog box and display
its name on the status bar. All controls and menu items are fully
functional. Notice the tooltip displayed automatically under the About button.
WinBinder comes with its own utility to build source code snapshots and releases,
build the DLLs, compile the WinBinder manual in CHM (HTML help) format, create
the XML package information, build the setup automatically, and more.
This tool is made with WinBinder, of course.
Below is a very simple digital clock which custom fonts.
Here is a sample of a borderless window.
WinBinder has its own To Do application and database as you can see below.
Here is a sample screen of a system to generate proposals in HTML. It uses SQLite databases as project files and it is currently under development.