5 unstable releases
|0.2.0||Mar 13, 2021|
|0.1.0||Nov 10, 2020|
|0.0.3||Oct 13, 2020|
|0.0.2||Sep 20, 2020|
|0.0.1||Aug 30, 2020|
#370 in GUI
Suzy is a GUI framework in Rust based on the observer pattern. Inspired heavily by the kivy framework for Python.
- Explicit layout by default - the first-class layout support is to write declaritive code which describes the relationship between GUI elements.
- Productivity - The automatic observer patern enables rapid prototyping.
- Multitouch by default - mouse and touchscreen input is unified, unless explicitly distinguished by the application.
Secondary Project Goals
- BYO - Although the declaritive, observer pattern style is prescribed, very little else is: non-optional dependencies are minimized in favor of "glue" that allows applications to choose their own set of utilities for tasks such as image loading, windowing, etc.
- Embeddebility - You should be able to use Suzy as a library within e.g. a game engine, as long as the graphics interface is compatible.
- Performance - GUIs made using Suzy are light-weight. It is uncommon that GUI code is a bottleneck for real-world applications.