A set of templated controls and tools based on QQC2 and Kirigami shared among the Maui set of applications. MauiKit helps to quickly build UIs that follow the Maui HIG and bring ready to go tools for different platforms, such as Android and Linux.
Easily create applications that work in mobile devices and desktop computers.
Components ready to easily use and that work on Android, Linux, Windows, Mac OS, and iOS.
Built with Kirigami
MauiKit is built using the KDE Kirigami framework and Qt Quick Controls 2.
The fastest way to develop beautiful desktop and mobile apps.
Experience streamlined development with zero-time setup, using the technologies you already know and love – Qt, QML, and C++.
Brilliant look and feel with lots of ready-to-use components and styling.
A rich variety of UI components specially designed for mobile and desktop apps. MauiKit provides tons of components. They all have Linux and Android support. With MauiKit you can truly support both Android and Linux with the same source code.
Ship your app faster with less code.
Accomplish in a few lines what would otherwise take hundreds, from concept to the end user’s screen—the fastest way to create convergent apps.
Build apps for any device.
Use the same code, whether you’re developing for Android or desktop. Hot pushes new features without forcing users to download a new app.
Integrate technologies you use.
Use popular frameworks and tools, right out-of-the-box. Focus on building features instead of disparate wiring components together yourself.
Seamless transition between mobile and desktop technology — where the line between desktop and mobile is blurred. Using the same codebase Maui Apps provides users with one app for multiple form factors.
VVave manages your music collection by retrieving semantic information from the web, create playlists, tag music tracks, support for remote streaming using Nextcloud, and allows you to watch YouTube content.
VVave is available for Linux as a cross-distribution AppImage, Android, and Windows. You can also download the source code to hack it and contribute to the project.
Index is a convergent file manager, it the user with a simple way to navigate and manage files. Index Incorporates features such as miller columns, embedded terminal, split views, file previews, experimental WebDav support, tags for files and folders.
Index is available for Linux as a cross-distribution AppImage, Android, and Windows. You can also download the source code to hack it and contribute to the project.
Nota is a convergent text editor. The first goal of Nota is to be easy to use, with a simple interface by default. Nota supports tabbed documents, syntax highlighting for various languages, Focus mode, annotations, configurable fonts, and colors, a side panel with an integrated file browser, and more.
Nota is available for Linux as a cross-distribution AppImage, Android, and Windows. You can also download the source code to hack it and contribute to the project.
Station is a terminal emulation application that you can use to access a UNIX shell in a graphical environment. Station features different view modes such as split vertically and horizontally, a tabbed interface, and copy and paste commands.
Station is available for Linux as a cross-distribution AppImage. You can also download the source code to hack it and contribute to the project.