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  • How to write a QML effect for KWin
    1 project | | 19 Mar 2024
    The organization behind QT (QT Group) has pretty onerous licensing terms.

    My understanding is that it's $3,950 per year just to develop using their libraries on your own computer if you ever in the future intend to commercialize a product using QT. Transitioning from the open source license to the commercial license is something you can do but it's not the happy path and their FAQ seems to indicate that it comes with some sort of penalty.

    Something like Slint (Rust based but includes CPP and JS bindings) is not as comprehensive (yet) but it's more modern and the licensing terms are significantly more in line with software industry norms.

    GPUI from Zed is also something to monitor:

    Also, in general you can find an extensive list of Rust-based native UI libraries here:

  • Rust for Embedded Systems: Current State, Challenges and Open Problems
    4 projects | | 4 Mar 2024
  • The KDE desktop gets an overhaul with Plasma 6
    8 projects | | 29 Feb 2024
    I would suggest that nearly every person on this website is a developer. Both C and C++ let you shoot yourself in the foot quite easily, but at least C++ has RAII.

    If you're referring to Rust, it's just not there yet for anything serious:

  • Ask HN: Rust Viable for Data Analytics?
    2 projects | | 1 Feb 2024
    I normally use python to do some quick data analysis, with pandas/polars/pyspark/...

    But I've started to use rust more and more in the last few weeks and really start to like it.

    Does anyone have experience doing data analysis with rust, and would you recommend it over python?

    And are there any resources like but for data analysis?

  • The state of building user interfaces in Rust
    1 project | | 17 Jan 2024
  • On inheritance and why it's good Rust doesn't have it
    5 projects | /r/rust | 8 Dec 2023
    You still haven't said anything about why those existing frameworks don't count. Again, they are used in production and do exactly what a gui framework is supposed to do. Sure they may not have all the features of the frameworks that have existed a decade before rust even existed but the issue is time not rust itself. They very clearly can be used to build complex UI without inheritance. Since you mentioned it, you should probably actually look at it the page clearly says that GUI frameworks do exist in rust.
  • BeeWare Toga v0.4.0 – A Python native, OS native GUI toolkit
    3 projects | | 4 Nov 2023
    The web site has a list of GUI libraries for Rust.

    I haven’t tried any yet as I lack the time, but it can be a good starting point.

    Iced and Slint where interesting when I looked at that, and Slint may be done by former Qt developers.

  • Learn graphics for theoretical gui with rust
    2 projects | /r/rust | 5 Oct 2023
    I also hope that it is consistent with the goals mentioned at
  • What crate/library to use for a GUI ?
    1 project | /r/rust | 8 Jul 2023
  • Are We <Thing> Yet?
    2 projects | | 10 Apr 2023
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