Build a desktop app with Qt and Rust

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  • learn

    List of project I built for learning purpose 🧠 (by azzamsa)

    If you’d like, you can further improve the demo app by adding more rotation features. Currently, the rotation value is hardcoded to 13. Also, you can play with the current QML user interface to make it fancier. The code for this article’s demo application is available on GitHub.

  • cxx-qt

    Safe interop between Rust and Qt

    Rust has several Qt bindings. The most popular are Ritual, CXX-Qt, and qmetaobject. Ritual is not maintained anymore, and qmetaobject doesn't support QWidgets. So CXX-Qt is our best bet for now.

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  • just

    🤖 Just a command runner

    A task runner can save you time by automating repetitive development tasks. I recommend using Just. To install Just, use the following command:

  • book

    The Rust Programming Language

    To follow along with the demo and other content included in this guide, you should have a working knowledge of Rust. To learn more, you can read the book.

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