xtd

Modern c++17/20 framework to create console, GUI and unit test applications on Windows, macOS, Linux, iOS and android.

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Features

  • a collection of native C++ classes libraries, to complete std;

  • written in efficient, modern C++17 / C++20;

  • and highly portable and available on many different platforms (Windows, macOS, Linux, iOS and android);

For more information see:

 

Examples

The classic first application 'Hello World'.

Console

 

hello_world_console.cpp:

#include <xtd/xtd>

using namespace xtd;

int main() {

  console::background_color(console_color::blue);

  console::foreground_color(console_color::white);

  console::write_line("Hello, World!");

}

CMakeLists.txt:

cmake_minimum_required(VERSION 3.3)

 

project(hello_world_console)

find_package(xtd REQUIRED)

add_sources(hello_world_console.cpp)

target_type(CONSOLE_APPLICATION)

Build and run

Open "Command Prompt" or "Terminal". Navigate to the folder that contains the project and type the following:

xtdc run

Output

Hello, World!

Gui

 

hello_world_forms.cpp:

#include <xtd/xtd.xtd>

 

using namespace xtd::forms;

 

int main() {

  button button1;

  button1.text("Click me");

  button1.location({10, 10});

  button1.click += [] {

    message_box::show("Hello, World!");

  };

  form form1;

  form1.text("Hello world Form");

  form1.controls().push_back(button1);

  application::run(form1);

}

CMakeLists.txt:

cmake_minimum_required(VERSION 3.3)

 

project(hello_world_forms)

find_package(xtd REQUIRED)

add_sources(hello_world_forms.cpp)

target_type(GUI_APPLICATION)

Build and run

Open "Command Prompt" or "Terminal". Navigate to the folder that contains the project and type the following:

xtdc run

Output

Windows:

hello_world_message_box_w.png
hello_world_message_box_wd.png

 

macOS:

hello_world_message_box_m.png
hello_world_message_box_md.png

 

Linux Gnome:

hello_world_message_box_g.png
hello_world_message_box_gd.png

Unit test

 

hello_world_test.cpp:

#include <xtd/xtd>

#include <string>

 

using namespace std;

using namespace xtd::tunit;

 

namespace unit_tests {

  class test_class_(hello_world_test) {

  public:

    void test_method_(create_string_from_literal) {

      string s = "Hello, World!";

      valid::are_equal(13, s.size());

      assert::are_equal("Hello, World!", s);

    }

 

    void test_method_(create_string_from_chars) {

      string s = {'H', 'e', 'l', 'l', 'o', ',', ' ', 'W', 'o', 'r', 'l', 'd', '!'};

      valid::are_equal(13, s.size());

      string_assert::starts_with("Hello,", s);

      string_assert::ends_with(" World!", s);

    }

  };

}

 

int main() {

  return console_unit_test().run();

}

CMakeLists.txt:

cmake_minimum_required(VERSION 3.3)

 

project(hello_world_test)

find_package(xtd REQUIRED)

add_sources(hello_world_test.cpp)

target_type(TEST_APPLICATION)

Build and run

Open "Command Prompt" or "Terminal". Navigate to the folder that contains the project and type the following:

xtdc run

Output

Start 2 tests from 1 test case Run tests:

  SUCCEED hello_world_test.create_string_from_literal (0 ms total)

  SUCCEED hello_world_test.create_string_from_chars (0 ms total)

 

Test results:

  SUCCEED 2 tests.

End 2 tests from 1 test case ran. (0 ms total)

Getting Started

  • Installation provides download and install documentation.

  • Portability provides information about C++, libraries dependency, Operating System suported, Compilators and Development Environment tools.

  • Examples provides some examples.