LCUI is a simple GUI library, it is written in C, support XML and CSS, you can use C, XML and CSS to build simple desktop applications, at present it is mainly supported Windows, subsequent versions will improve support for Linux.
If you have web development experience, then the use of LCUI will be easier to get started, because LCUI's XML, CSS, and element layout processing effect are similar to web browser, you can refer to the sample code on the left to learn about the effect.
Suitable for applications that are smaller and are primarily written in C.
Support the use of XML and CSS to describe the GUI layout and style, saving interface development time and maintenance costs.
Support for Windows and Linux, you can write Windows Desktop apps and Universal Windows Platform apps, as well as Linux Desktop apps.
To get started with LCUI, you can using lcui-cli to create an LCUI project, then compile and run it. But before using lcui-cli you need to install the following tools on your computer:LC Design, a component library designed and developed specifically for LCUI.
# Install lcui-cli npm install -g @lcui/cli # Create an LCUI project named myapp lcui create myapp # Go into project directory cd myapp # Run it npm run start