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A free library providing windowing and widgets for graphics APIs / engines where such functionality is not natively available, or severely lacking. The library is object orientated, written in C++, and targeted at games developers who should be spending their time creating great games, not building GUI sub-systems!
Qt is a cross-platform application and UI framework. Using Qt, you can write applications once and deploy them across many desktop and embedded operating systems without rewriting the source code.
Agar is a modern open-source, cross-platform toolkit for graphical applications implemented in C, C++ and Ada (with bindings to other languages in development). Designed for ease of integration, it follows the philosophy of building the GUI around the application and not the other way around. Unlike ... [More]
libNUI is a hardware accelerated GUI framework that makes it possible to build rich multi-platform applications based on 3D rendered dynamic layouts. Interfaces are built as a composition of widgets and behaviors, and the framework handles positioning, resizing, anchoring, and texture stretching. ... [More]
KTK is an efficient and easy-to-use C++ GUI library for Linux. KTK emulates its entire widgets set, and is completely themeable. KTK tries to perform tasks with minimal lines of code using a highly object-oriented design.
Perl bindings for Qt4. This project aims to have a production-ready module that is similar in syntax to the PerlQt 3 binding. There is currently no official release, but you can check out the source from svn and compile them yourself. See the INSTALL file for instructions on how to do this. ... [More]
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