Release Notes: The release contains some improvements and bugfixes, for example in the wizard framework. The flow view framework now uses double values instead of integers. The WPF binding has been partially reimplemented and brought to the same state of completion as the WinForms and the Gtk# bindings, and dialog contents panes in the WPF binding are now properly implemented as lookless templateable WPF controls. Moreover, starting with this release, the Two-Layered GUI Toolkit is also available on NuGet. Look for packages starting with TwoLayeredGUI.
Release Notes: This release includes a few bugfixes for the Gtk# binding and adds an easy-to-use GUI-toolkit-independent wrapper for open and save dialog boxes.
Release Notes: A binding for Gtk# was added, so all features are available to Gtk# applications now.
Release Notes: The great novelty in this release is the wizard framework. It provides a simple way to define flexible wizard GUIs (pages that can be navigated to using Next and Back buttons). You as a developer can fully concentrate on designing the pages, while the Two-Layered GUI Toolkit will provide all the navigation logic.
Release Notes: This version contains a flow layout framework. Look at the flow view sample in the example application.
Release Notes: This release adds some workarounds for Mono-WinForms bugs. Dialogs now look the same in Mono 2.6.4 under Windows as they do in .NET 3.5.
Release Notes: This is the first release, and a preview version. Interfaces might still change slightly before the first stable release. This release is meant to demonstrate what the toolkit is capable of, so it can be considered for projects that are in their early stages now. Message boxes and simple input dialogs can be used. So far, only a binding to Windows Forms is provided.