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Is Jetpack Compose ready for production development?
12 projects | dev.to | 9 Nov 2022
Jetpack Compose Playground: Once you have gone through the basic concepts related to Compose, this GitHub repository has a good amount of content to learn more about each Composable.
How do I populate a spinner with data from a csv file?
2 projects | reddit.com/r/androiddev | 9 Apr 2022
Then as far as the spinner, I personally think compose provides a better API for this so check out drop-down menu. Otherwise you will have to use a spinner adapter and spinner view. https://developer.android.com/guide/topics/ui/controls/spinner
Github repo to learn Jetpack Compose
6 projects | dev.to | 27 Jul 2021
JavaFx still worth learning/using?
9 projects | reddit.com/r/java | 28 Feb 2021
Few examples are right there at their github repo under examples folder, consisting of a todo app, intellij plugin, issuetracker, a game, and more. There is Jetpack-Compose-Playground community driven collection of dozens of samples.
Does anybody have trouble running NodeGui projects? Does 'nodegui-starter' repo work for you?
2 projects | reddit.com/r/node | 23 Apr 2023
1: Can't run with the repo 'nodegui-starter' #9722 projects | reddit.com/r/node | 23 Apr 2023
Hi, so this NodeGui library for building apps with native components is something I really want to get into, but, it does not work for me.. so I am starting this thread to check with yous (I depleted google results) if any one of you have tips or workarounds I can use. I wish to build a desktop app, but I really do not want to bundle a web browser for that purpose and NodeGui seems perfect.
Neutralinojs - Alternativa para o Electron
6 projects | dev.to | 21 Mar 2022
Electron Adventures: Episode 75: NodeGui React
4 projects | dev.to | 6 Oct 2021
Let's continue exploring Electron alternatives. This time, NodeGui. NodeGui uses Qt5 instead of Chromium, so we'll be leaving the familiar web development behind, but it tries to not be too far from it, as web development is what everyone knows.
How do you create a cross-platform GUI without using Electron?
21 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 10 Sep 2021
Are we GUI Yet? The state of building user interfaces in Rust
8 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 9 Jul 2021
(Disclaimer: My knowledge of Rust very limited, but I have quite a bit of experience with getting Qt/KDE classes to work with other languages.)
You are absolutely right. The effort to be acceptable bindings for Qt would be a tiny fraction of the cost compared to building a whole new Rust native GUI library.
Qt is huge set of libraries with an equally huge API. But there are a lot of shortcuts and smart ways of approaching the problem to get what you want out of Qt for minimum effort.
Bindings like PyQt and even PySide go for the nuclear option of generating bindings for the whole Qt API and trying to match the C++ API in style too. This is an absolutely massive huge task. Also, getting people to contribute to an open source bindings project is hard. Getting people to contribute to a bindings generator is even harder.
NodeGui https://github.com/nodegui/nodegui, Qt bindings for Nodejs, on the other hand takes a very different approach which in one way is low-tech but I think is actually very smart. I'll summerise the differences:
* It focuses on Qt Widgets first. This greatly reduces the amount of work to the parts that people actually need. (BTW, if you just want QML and Rust back-end then Jos van den Oever's work at https://invent.kde.org/sdk/rust-qt-binding-generator has probably got you covered already.)
Todo list of development tasks
3 projects | reddit.com/r/dogecoindev | 12 May 2021
There is actually a new GUI framework based out of Qt (a C++ GUI framework) that I have found recently : https://docs.nodegui.org/
Signal Desktop Beta 5.0.0 launches, bringing support for creating and editing groups, improved voice message playback and cleaned up visuals
3 projects | reddit.com/r/signal | 19 Mar 2021
alia - A Declarative UI Library for C++
4 projects | reddit.com/r/cpp | 11 Mar 2021
What are some alternatives?
javafx-examples - A large collection of JavaFX examples demonstrating basic + advanced features of JavaFX.
tauri - Build smaller, faster, and more secure desktop applications with a web frontend.
neutralinojs - Portable and lightweight cross-platform desktop application development framework
compose-multiplatform - Compose Multiplatform, a modern UI framework for Kotlin that makes building performant and beautiful user interfaces easy and enjoyable.
QtScrcpy - Android real-time display control software
electron-alternatives - Few Cross platform desktop GUI App development options are listed here
Signal-Desktop - A private messenger for Windows, macOS, and Linux.
Wt - Wt, C++ Web Toolkit
asm-dom - A minimal WebAssembly virtual DOM to build C++ SPA (Single page applications)
Kamel - Kotlin asynchronous media loading and caching library for Compose.
Windows UI Library - Windows UI Library: the latest Windows 10 native controls and Fluent styles for your applications
ComposeReorderable - Enables reordering by drag and drop in Jetpack Compose (Desktop) LazyList & LazyGrid.