7 Programming Toolkits You Should Know About

Programmer is a person best known for converting caffeine into code, and has no limits on the amount of work, he might need to do in order to complete the project initiated by the client, or if the guy he is working on some sort of a project. Programming involves greater levels of concentration, perfection, accuracy, and all completed in deadlines, to actually get paid. Toolkits, and helping softwares are wonderful to be used in order to complete the programming process quickly, efficiently, and save time, money and efforts. These are a general collection of some softwares, cheat sheets, etc., that are very much useful in long coding processes.

These tickets are available in paid segments, free versions, etc., which you may purchase/use, on your need and purpose.  Some basic purposes that a toolkit would solve for you is, helping you create the applications, in the debugging process, testing process, etc. Basically, after you have access to a programming toolkit, you don’t really need anything else, but your programming skills in developing what you want too. Skills, combined with these toolkits produce really great and efficient results, helping you achieve wonderful programming assets.

There are a lot of tickets available in the online as well as offline marketplace, but the ones, that are actually worth it, are very few. There are a lot of features that go to waste, or some tickets, don’t have some of the essential features, so, we have prepared a list of 7 Programming toolkits, that you would actually know about. Complete in all aspects, these are the best toolkits for programmers.

1) Arabica

Arabika is written in C++ and it is an XML, HTML processing toolkit and should be portable to most platforms. Also providing SAX, DOM, xPath and XSLT implementation.



2) TCL Dev Kit( TDK)

Tcl Dev Kit (TDK) provides essential tools for Tcl programmers, making it easy to create, build and deploy applications.



3) GTK+

GTK+, or the GIMP Toolkit, is a multi-platform toolkit for creating graphical user interfaces. Offering a complete set of widgets, GTK+ is suitable for projects ranging from small one-off tools to complete application suites.



4) Aesop

Aesop system provides a toolkit for rapidly building software architecture design environment and it supports cooperation between Aesop and other tools, also provide a customizable TCl/TK based graphical user interface.



5) Perl Dev Kit

Perl Dev Kit (PDK) provides essential tools for building and deploying Perl applications.



6) Amulet

Amulet is a user interface development environment for C++ and is portable across X11 on all kinds of Unix (Sun, Dec, HP, SGI, Linux, NetBSD, etc.). Amulet helps you create graphical, interactive user interfaces for your software.



7) AVR Cross Development Kit

CDK4AVR stands for Cross Development Kit for Atmels AVR RISC processor serie. CDK4AVR collects all programs and development tools in one directory (/opt/cdk4avr) and will try to present an easy to admin installation. 


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