If you're just getting started, you should check out the tutorials. If you're looking for information on specific widgets or features, consult the reference manual and widget gallery. Check our Redmine for forums, issues, and wiki.


Introduction and tutorials

If you're just getting started with Wt, these tutorials are good place to start.

Reference Manual

Use the reference documentation to see which classes and functions are included in Wt and how they should be used.


Widget Gallery

The widget gallery showcases most widgets available in Wt, with the source code to accomplish these examples. It's a good way to see what Wt has to offer and to get a feel for how these features can be used.


Choose an example:


This example demonstrates the Wt charting widgets that are implemented on top of Wt's cross-browser painting API. This painting API uses built-in browser support for generating high quality graphics. Depending on the browser, inline VML, inline SVG, HTML5 canvas, or a PNG image is used to render painted contents in a WPaintedWidget.

This example also demonstrates how a Model can be shared by several Views, and pass modification events to each connected View. The table view and the chart implement a View on the same item model.