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Declarative cross-platform UI framework in Rust for native applications. More info in this article.
Running the examples locally
Should be as easy as cloning the code and running one of these:
cargo run --example hello cargo run --example calculator ...
Check the examples folder for more examples.
Running the examples on Android
First install and set up cargo-sdl-apk.
Then, running the examples on android should be as easy as locally, almost:
cargo sdl-apk run --example hello
Changing rendering backend
Appy is, by default, using SDL to render its graphics. It also supports
Glutin, which can be turned on as a feature. Check
for a project that is set up to use it. Running locally is done in the same way, i.e. with
cargo run, but if you want to use Glutin on Android you need to use cargo-apk instead of cargo-sdl-apk.
If you want live reload during development this can be done with cargo-watch. Install it and run:
cargo watch -x run