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I am now heading to do some GUI development and after a bit of google-ing I found

  1. Qt/Qml for true cross-platform including embedded UI but seems dying and is too vast
  2. Electornjs for easy and ready-to-go but is heavy and not native
  3. Dart/flutter, with growing communiy, backed by tech gaint and new (which is it's pro as well as con) and not that cross-platform, can't even work with on Linux
  4. GTK fast, mature, huge developing community but feels like for more advanced and got messed with C

I will apprecate if this list grows. Can someone recommand me one. What I expect:

  1. Native and lightweight
  2. Community/support
  3. (mainly) Work in (mid-level country in tech field)just started to accelerate towards tech
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    What platforms are you targeting?
    – rrirower
    Jul 9 '20 at 17:53
  • @rrirowermainy desktop(windows, linux, mac) Jul 10 '20 at 3:47
  • @SudipGhimire Provide additional details as edits to your Question rather than as Comments. Jul 12 '20 at 7:03
  • You should provide more criteria by which you consider a recommendation successful or not. Jul 12 '20 at 7:08
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I don't know if you'll find a product that meets all of your needs. However, I'd give Visual Studio Code a look.

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