For a more extensive list of tutorials, please see the Guides & Tutorials page on the community wiki.
'Hello world' in wxWidgets: A Very Short Tutorial
A tiny tutorial with code, by Robert Roebling.
What Do These Sizer Things Do?
One of the most intimidating parts of wxWidgets is figuring out how sizers work. They are quite powerful, but sometimes unintuitive. This is intended as a guide to aid in understanding what all those parameters do. By Brian Victor.
Intermediate wxWidgets Tutorial
A more in-depth tutorial covering menus, toolbars, layout, events, standard and custom dialogs, common and custom controls, drag & drop, and drawing with device contexts, written by Jan Bodnar.
Programming C++ GUIs with the wxWidgets Library
The wxWidgets library makes programming GUIs incredibly easy, far easier than with most platform APIs. Jeff Cogswell shows how this handy C++ library can shorten your programming time with powerful classes that are simple to use. Written by Jeff Cogswell.
Intellisense and wxWidgets
How to get MS Visual Studio Intellisense working with wxWidgets.
How to Submit Patches
A description of how to write and submit patches to wxWidgets.
Adding wxWidgets Class Documentation
This note is aimed at people wishing to add documentation for a class to either the main wxWidgets manual
wxWidgets and Others
Using wxWidgets with OpenCV
Shows how to write a simple application displaying the video stream from a camera obtained using OpenCV in a wxWindow.
Writing Online Help
Options available when writing online help for wxWidgets applications.
Some ways to distribute your wxWidgets application in a friendly way.
The current status of accessibility support in wxWidgets.
Optimizing menus and controls for quick use and accessibility.