First look at the
introductory tutorials for PHP-GTK 2 on the
official PHP-GTK site.
Then, when looking for a widget reference, check both
the PHP-GTK 2 reference for its class and the
GTK+ Reference manual, from which the
PHP-GTK 2 doc derives. Although these are more difficult
to relate to PHP-GTK than the native PHP-GTK
documentation because it is designed for C coders, it is
sometimes more complete than the matching PHP-GTK
reference, due the time need to adapt the
Forums and Support
If you are stuck and need non-urgent help, start by looking
at the FAQ, then the
are a good place place to browse and ask for help.
Chances are your questions have been asked before
so make sure to search the archives first.
Please also consult Eric S. Raymonds tips on
How To Ask Questions The Smart Way
You will be able to find information in other languages on
the regional sites for PHP-GTK, listed on the
Some of the reference manuals listed above are
also available in non-english languages on the PHP-GTK
If you are looking for a PHP-GTK consultant or developer,
consult the professional services page, the
list of community members providing services
and check the PHP-GTK blogs : many
bloggers are professional and will be able to quote you
service offers individually or through their employer.
Bug reports and feature requests
The main avenues for discussion of these are currently
and the the PHP-GTK mailing lists listed on the
community page. If what you
consider to be a bug is confirmed as such to you, you may
be told to report it. This is done on the main
PHP.net bug system.
For IRC-based support, join
on the FreeNode IRC network (chat.freenode.net).
Community site problems
Use the contact page to get in
touch with the site maintainers.
Books about PHP-GTK
There are now currently several books and magazines
in print covering PHP-GTK:
see the resources in print
page for details.