If you wanted to make a very performant cross platform app what programming languages would you use?

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  • gio

    Mirror of the Gio main repository (https://git.sr.ht/~eliasnaur/gio)

    I want them to be easier to use because I want people who want to contribute to the project to be able to learn how to work with them proficiently in much less time.The newer GUI libraries I was able to find are Gio gioui.org and Fyne https://fyne.io/ but am not sure if these are the absolute best solutions that exist right now.

  • gonimo

    gonimo application back & front

    If you are looking for source code an online baby monitor made in obelisk that is out on ios/android/web/native is called Gonimo and you can get the sourcecode here: https://github.com/gonimo/gonimo

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  • Laminar

    Simple, expressive, and safe UI library for Scala.js (by raquo)

    What is your opinion on https://github.com/raquo/Laminar compared to Reflex?

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