This is the first of my SFML tutorials. In it I provide and explain a minimal SFML application which opens a moveable window and waits to be closed. We will build on this in each subsequent tutorial.
I’ll assume you’ve already got the SFML 2.0 binaries set up on your computer, and that you know how to create a project file in your IDE which uses SFML 2.0. If you are unsure about any of these steps, see my earlier posts, or watch some of the setup videos on my YouTube channel.
Here’s the video for this tutorial: