Juce is an awesome and very powerful C++ class library. I’ve been working with a lot of open source software, and there is nothing quite like it. Thank you.
What about having a Juce cookbook section of this forum or a special Wiki content section, where users can post implementations as “HowTos”, as code examples for solving a specific problem, or building a certain feature? There could be chapters or sections and then each submission could be categorized. I think this would help make Juce easier to use and even more popular. It’s already great, but the Tipping Point of sharing information on Juce in the form of example application projects, where users don’t have to search through the forums to find a specific problem (like looking for a needle in a haystack, and after all that time, not finding exactly what you need). Of course, you can build something yourself as a programmer, but this would be the way for a programmer to give back to the community, in the spirit of helpful, open communication. This would be a quick and easy way to find an example implementation for solving a programming problem. This could turn into something huge. I already know about the Juced google code project, and Haydxn’s very informative Juce tutorial. Was wondering if this “Juce Cookbook” example application would be useful to others, and if it’s something that could be 1) hosted by you, Jules, 2) hosted on the Google code project page, or 3) hosted by a 3rd party.
I guess what I am getting at is an idea for a Cookbook series for Juce, similar to the O’Reilly programming series cookbooks:
For any programming language, these books are very useful for helping someone solve a specific problem. You could do the same for the Juce C++ class library.