Lutris is an open gaming platform and manager for Linux. It provides an unified interface for installation, configuration and foremost launching games. It works with native software, installed Windows and DOS games, Steam, Desura, online/browser games, as well as games from the over 20 supported emulators. Aquiring new games from any channel is helped by community-contributed installers. It comes prepacked for a few major distributions.
FOX is a C++ framework for graphical user interfaces. It provides an effective and simple API, traditional but platform-agnostic themes, many common widgets and controls, drag'n'drop support, selections, icons/images, tooltips and hover widgets, but also 3D features per OpenGL. Its speed comes from conservative memory management, spatial redrawing, and bi-directinal event/message passing between GUI elements.
Eagle Mode is a C++ GUI toolkit and provides a zoomable user interface (ZUI) usable as desktop shell even. It functions as filesystem browser and manager, and seamlessly runs integrated applications. Images, text files and office documents can be zoomed in, audio and video files engaged as well. Built-in widgets like an archiver, chess and 3D minesweeper games, a clock, fractal imaging examples integrate likewise.
FLTK (fulltick) is a lean but modern GUI toolkit written in C++ with bindings for Perl, Python, Ruby, Lua and Tcl. It's usable and looks alike on all platforms, provides full internationalization, 3D rendering via OpenGL and an internal GLUT backend, static linking, does not require macros or preprocDessing, still comes with a solid set of widgets, and its GUI designer FLUID.
* Compiler for the eC Language * Cross-Platform API * 2D Graphics Engine (Bitmaps, Fonts...) * Networking Library (Sockets, Remote objects, HTTP) * Development Environment (Code Editor, Projects, Debugging, Form designer) * Graphical User Interface * 3D Graphics Engine * Database Access (SQLite support) * Build System (Generate cross-platform Makefiles)
Graphical User Interfaces, The UNIX Way -- Pipeglade is a helper program that displays graphical user interfaces for other programs. It renders the GUI definition found in a GtkBuilder file (created using the Glade Interface Designer), and communicates with the main program solely via pipes or fifos. To have its GUI rendered by pipeglade, a program must be able to send plain text commands to standard output or a named pipe and/or receive and parse simple plain text messages from standard inpu
MyJgui is a graphical user interface (GUI) for MySQL written in Java. The name MyJgui stands for Mysql Java Gui. Main goal of this MySQL client is to make every administrative or programming task as fast, simple and user friendly as possible.
LauncherFolders is an extension for the Ubuntu Unity dash menu. It allows group entries in folders, link Shell scripts, and URLs. New entries can be dragged and copied from Firefox or Chrome into folders.
Nana is an easy-to-use, portable and modern GUI and application toolkit. It uses standard C++ with a very lean API, provides threading support, bidirectional text, requires no macros, comes with the common set of widgets (buttons, comboboxes, labels, forms, file and date chooser, menus, panels, images, slider, textboox, treebox and listbox) and allows to write custom ones.
wxGlade is a GUI designer for popular wxPython toolkit. It can generate Python code, but also C++, Perl, List or XRC (wxWidgets XML resources) bindings. It can style individual widgets, or be used to prepare the whole application UI with all dialogs. It allows rearranging, editing, copy&pasting widgets in the widget tree or preview.
GtkFalse is a GUI version of the popular command line program /bin/false. Thanks to its clean, well structured user interface GtkFalse is easy to use even for beginners while still providing all the features advanced users may expect from such a program.
Masna provides a simple graphical interface (GUI) to manager Nautilus scripts: For scripts that are part of the system-wide Nautilus script collection (by default /usr/share/nautilus-scripts, you can change this in the settings dialog of Masna) Masna manages symlinks in the user’s Nautilus script folder. For scripts in the user’s Nautilus script folder Masna manages the file permissions.