It may not be obvious, but the Wiki has reached the venerable age of 20 years this month. Together with the conferences, meetings, the Tclers' chat and the newsgroup, a veritable treasure trove.
Building a GUI consists of several steps, of which the design of the windows is an important one. TkSketch is meant to make that step easier - look at the video how that is achieved. And one nice thing: it generates the required code not just for Tcl/Tk.
For all of us
The last weekend of last month was devoted to the 17th European Tcl/Tk Users Meeting 2019. The list of presentations looks cool and so do the photos!
BAWT by Paul Obermeier (one of the organisers of the European Tcl/Tk Users Meetings) has reached version 1.0.0. It helps building C/C++ libraries. But see also the Binary Distributions page for its other goodies.
Security and the Internet are not necessarily natural allies, but perhaps NaCl - Networking and Cryptography library (pronounced "salt") can help?
UNICODE characters are a blessing and a curse ... Why AndroWish switched to TCL_UTF_MAX=6 lists some aspects in relation to Tcl's finer details.
More than meets the eye
An innocent looking name, OpenSees, but if you go and read the page you'll see an application that simulates the behaviour of constructions during earthquakes. And even if you are not into engineering, the screenshots alone are worth a closer look.
You can do many things with Tk, Multi-column Listbox with Button demonstrates compound widgets.
This is a slightly biased summary and no doubt I missed a handful of pages that deserved to be included. If you think something is missing, then surely, add it: this is just another Wiki page after all!