This section of the Enlightenment Wiki offers reference guides for the most commonly-used features of the Enlightenment Foundation Libraries (EFL) and associated infrastructure. These guides are designed to supplement and support the step-by-step tutorials, which are written as a starting point for beginners who have not previously programmed using EFL.
|Some C# classes are currently in BETA state
They should only be used for experimenting and NOT for any product development.
These classes are marked as BETA in the reference documentation.
The source code for the tutorials is subject to change in the future.
NOTE: The guides in this section use the latest beta release of the API, as noted in Developing with the Enlightenment Foundation Libraries. Versions of these guides written for the current release can be found in the Legacy section of the website. The guides in this section use the latest Unified API, as noted in Developing with the Enlightenment Foundation Libraries. Versions of these guides written for the Legacy C API can be found in the Legacy section of the website.
If you haven't done so yet, read the Setting Up a C# Development Environment guide so you have a working EFL installation with C# support.