GXUI: A New Cross-Platform UI Library By Google

Written by Michael Larabel in Google on 18 March 2015 at 06:26 PM EDT. 67 Comments
GXUI is a new cross-platform user interface library developed at Google for their Go programming language.

GXUI is currently in an experimental state for delivering cross-platform GUIs written in Go. The code is owned by Google but is not currently an official product and was started as an experiment while the community contributing to it requires compliance with Google's Individual Contributor License Agreement (CLA), that may put off some in the open-source community.

The initial code drop of GXUI happened a few weeks back while new code continues being pushed almost daily. Those interested in learning more about the new Google GXUI Go interface library can visit the GitHub page.
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