A cross-platform GUI library for Rust, inspired by Elm
If you are into customisability and aspire Elm, iced definitely has a lot of potential there. You are very flexible in what you can do with iced. The documentation is great, the community is super friendly and helpful and examples cover probably the majority of things you might want to do. Yes, the learning curve is a little bit steep due to lack of learning resources, that's why I started the series of tutorials in my blog.
For showcase there is an issue on GitHub, but my favourite representation of what iced is capable of is revault client
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A tiny TUI framework built on the Elm architecture.
I made a tiny TUI framework that also uses the Elm architecture, heavily inspired by iced. It’s a good reference if you’re curious how the framework works at a high level, check it out here - douglas
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