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walk - A Windows GUI toolkit for the Go Programming Language

  •    Go

Walk is a "Windows Application Library Kit" for the Go Programming Language. Its primarily useful for Desktop GUI development, but there is some more stuff.

MarkupKit - Declarative UI for iOS and tvOS

  •    Objective-C

MarkupKit is an open-source framework for simplifying development of native iOS and tvOS applications. It allows developers to construct user interfaces declaratively using a human-readable, HTML-like markup language, and can in most cases be used as a drop-in replacement for XIB files or storyboards. In addition to support for all system-provided view types, MarkupKit includes a set of UIView subclasses that make working with auto layout much easier. It also supports custom (i.e. application-specific) view types.

QGrid - 🎛 QGrid: The missing SwiftUI collection view.

  •    Swift

QGrid is the missing SwiftUI collection view. It uses the same approach as SwiftUI's List view, by computing its cells on demand from an underlying collection of identified data. QGrid is available via Swift Package Manager.




Blueprint - Declarative UI construction for iOS, written in Swift

  •    Swift

Blueprint greatly simplifies the task of building and updating views as application state changes. We still consider Blueprint experimental (and subject to major breaking API changes), but it has been used within Square's production iOS apps.

QuickTableViewController - A simple way to create a UITableView for settings in Swift.

  •    Swift

A customized table view cell type can be specified to rows during initialization. You can use register(_:forCellReuseIdentifier:) to specify custom cell types for the table view to use. See CustomizationViewController for the cell reuse identifiers of different rows.

Portal - A (potentially) cross-platform, unidirectional data flow framework to build applications using a declarative and immutable UI API

  •    Swift

A (potentially) cross-platform, unidirectional data flow framework to build applications using a declarative and immutable UI API. WARNING!: This is still a work-in-progress, although the minimum features are available to create real world applications the API is still under design and some key optimizations are still missing. Use at your own risk.

PortalView - A (potentially) cross-platform, declarative and immutable Swift library for building user interfaces

  •    Swift

A (potentially) cross-platform, declarative and immutable Swift library for building user interfaces. WARNING!: This is still a work-in-progress, although the minimum features are available to create real world applications the API is still under design and some key optimizations are still missing. Use at your own risk.


Formulary - Declarative iOS TableView Forms in Swift

  •    Swift

Formulary is a Swift library for creating dynamic, declarative, table view forms for iOS. Formulary is in early stages of design and development, so if you jump in now, you can have a big impact on its design, power, and utility.

katana-ui-swift - UIKit port of React, built on top of Katana.

  •    Swift

The business logic of the application is written using Katana. Please refer to the project's documentation for more information about how to model the state and modify it. Inside the props you want to specify all the inputs needed to render your NativeView and to feed your children components.

qmlcore - QML to Javascript/HTML5 translator, both for mobile and desktop targets

  •    QML

QmlCore is a simple set of tools we (a small team of QML advocates) use since years to simplify the development of HTML5 UIs for both mobile and desktop devices. It was designed with the original QML in mind, while it's not 100% compatible and improved in some aspects. The main concepts are the same though, so if you're familiar with original QML, you could start right away. QmlCore provides a toolchain written in Python using python-future, allowing it to be run on top of both python versions. Normally you don't need to use them directly. build provides a convenient wrapper around them all.





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