Be GTK+ Extras
Be GTK+ Extras is a set of widgets for GTK+, based on a conversion to C of libview from VMWare. The main feature is a Calendar Date Entry widget for entering dates which is coupled with a popup calendar for easy selection of dates.
The bitgtkmm library contains a set of gtkmm widgets supporting data structures in the bit library. These widgets include BufferTable and BufferList, which will automatically lay out a data structure visually. The bitgtkmm library widgets are now available in the bit library main distribution in the bit-gtkmm library (use configure option --enable-gtkmm). Since these widgets are available in the general bit release, the bitgtkmm library is officially deprecated as an independent release.
a library of curses widgets which can be linked into your application
DEPUI is a small extremely portable user interface library. It uses an object oriented C API with reference counting for many of the objects. The majority of DEPUI souce code is independant of the supporting graphics library, all platform dependent functions are in a single file. DEPUI uses the DEDS library for data structures and the DETK library for assorted gui functions.
a generalized version of the drawing canvas used by DIA
a script-interpreter which provides a set of curses widgets. Widgets are objects whose appearance and behavior can be customized
an Eiffel language wrapper for the FOX C++ GUI library
FLTK editor widget
a word-wrapping text editor widget for FLTK. Supports CUA-style editing keys, automatic scrollbar, load and save to file or buffer, and more. Includes subclasses with status display, find and replace, etc. Also includes a couple of utility widgets -- a status panel, and a progress bar
a virtual terminal FOX widget. As such, it can be embedded in any application developped with the FOX GUI toolkit
GANDI (Gathering of Additional Ncurses Development Implements) is a collection of widgets written in C for ncurses.
GlGuiA is a set of Ada packages for creating graphical user interfaces. It provides a complete and extensible set of graphical items (widgets), such as buttons, scales, trees, message boxes, and dialog boxes. It should be rather easy to create new objects from existing ones. To gain platform independence, the library relies on OpenGl for drawing primitives. Basic event and window management are done using Glfw.
Gtk Image Viewer
Gtk Image Viewer is a GTK widget for the display of gdk-pixbuf images. It provides GIMP-like interaction for zooming and panning the image.
a language binding of the GUI toolkit GTK+ for the functional programming language Haskell
a Gtk+ widget that renders Perl's Plain Old Documentation (POD) format documents. The distribution ships with a simple Gtk2-Perl application that can be used to browse POD documents on your system
GtkComboGrid is a GTK+ widget. It is like GtkComboBoxEntry but instead of using GtkMenu as popup it uses a GtkTreeView.
GtkDatabox is a widget that is used to display large amounts of numerical data in graphical representation.
GtkExtra is a useful set of widgets for creating GUI's for the Xwindows system using GTK+. You can use it complementary to GTK+ and it is written in C. It is also Free Software and released under the LGPL license.
GtkGis is a GTK+ widget to embed basic GIS functionality inside applications. It requires GooCanvas and Gdal.
gtkGLGraph is an OpenGL/Gtk2.0 graphing widget that can draw surface maps as well as X,Y data. The feature set is fairly complete and should be of immediate use to scientific applications.
a widget for GTK+. It's a GtkLayout subclass which allows you to display a table of xpm icons with editable labels. It's completely designed from scratch with some ideas borrowed from gnome-icon-list. It contains almost all of its features and more. It can be used for file browsers and as a replacement of gnome-icon-list (without the need of using gnome libraries). It contains the widget GtkItemEntry, also used by GtkSheet
a C++ rendering engine for MathML documents
a widget for GTK+. It allows to draw high quality scientific plots in two dimensions with a look and feel very similar to Microcal Origin for Windows. The distribution includes GtkPlotLayout, a simple GtkLayout subclass, and a demo program showing two layered plots with different kind of curves
Histo-Scope is a set of 6 high-performance Motif widgets for graphing and plotting, which allow users to pan,scale, and rotate graphs by direct manipulation with the mouse.
validates content as the user types. This ensures that the output is semantically clean, but still allows the user full preview of the final result
a set of simple widgets and UI abstractions for ncurses, to handle list boxes, vi-like field-editing, and mouse selections. It will probably include some database-connection abstractions as well in the future
a collection of add-on classes for KDE application development. There are various widgets from simple sub-classing for additional functions to complex plug-in module type widgets
Knvas is intended to provide graphical display (lines, rectangles, icons,...) and direct manipulation services (select, move, resize,...) for MOTIF based applications.
KWindrose is a library which provides a compass like widget, which allows to enter an angle between 0 to 360 degrees.
libview is VMware's Incredibly Exciting Widgets, a collection of GTK+ widgets used within VMware products. These widgets are the same ones used in VMware Workstation 5.0 and higher, and were considered useful enough to open source so that others could use them in their own projects.
Metro Link's Open Motif
includes approximately 30 significant bug fixes and enhancements to the Motif libraries and window manager, plus many minor source changes and over 100 fixes to the Motif demo source code
osgGtk provides widgets that can be used to integrate OpenSceneGraph into Gtk+ and Gtkmm applications by providing subclasses of OSG's Viewer and GraphicsWindow with OpenGL contexts from gtkglext's DrawingArea widget.
Otk is a portable widget library for making graphical user interfaces (GUI's) for application programs. It emphasizes simplicity without eliminating capability. Open graphics Tool Kit supports neutrally: Linux, Unix, Microsoft Windows, and Mac OSX. It is based on OpenGL, and C.
a GPL licensed small footprint C GUI toolkit for embedded systems. It is tailored for, but not limited to, the RTEMS real time kernel. It is not comparable featurewise to real full blown windowing toolkits like nanoX or Qt/Embedded; but serves the needs for simple memory mapped graphic presentation
PictureFlow is a Qt2/Qt3/Qt4/Qtopia4 widget to display images with animated transition effect, much like Apple's Cover Flow (used, for example, in iTunes, Finder, iPhone, and iPod). PictureFlow uses a portable and optimized software renderer and runs smoothly on smartphones and other mobile devices. It is, fast and lightweight, performs no floating-point operations, does not need OpenGL, and does not require 3D hardware acceleration.
PictureFlow is a Qt widget to display images with animated transition effect, much like Apple's Cover Flow (used among others in iTunes, Finder, iPhone, and iPod). PictureFlow uses a portable and optimized software renderer and runs smoothly on smartphones and other mobile devices.
extension to the gtkmm library. It contains widgets which are primarily useful for technical and scientifical purposes. For the beginning, this is a 2-D plotting widget
a library for creating configuration dialogs. It uses an XML file which describes the configuration dialog and the gconf keys that should be used
PyGnome-Tools are some extended widgets for python and the gnome-python bindings.
a set of widgets for displaying time-sampled data in an interactive "strip chart" form. The widgets are written in Python and built upon the PyGTK package
The QConsole class is a custom widget that implements a basic console, completely written in C++ and relying on Qt (both 3.x & 4.x). It implements several features and is intended to be inherited from in order to have a "real" console for a specific scripting language, shell, etc... The class relies as much as possible on the features offered by QTextEdit (from which it inherits) and this implied a very simple and light code.
QGL is a shared component for the Qt GUI builder QtEZ which provides an OpenGL widget.
The qmeterslib library provides a highly customizable Qt widget for creating complex analog dial widgets. It supports multiple scales, multiple needles, and customizable needles and backgrounds. It works as a "container" QAnalogMeter widget that is initially empty. The developer must create one or more instances of a scale (clock or sector) and one or more instances of index/needle (clock, donut, pie).
The goal of QPVCalendarWidget is to allow you to have a mini-calendar for allowing users to select dates. It depends only on Qt4.
QSuperList is a port of TSuperList component for Qt. QSuperList is a QFrame descendant that contains a QListBox and two QPushButtons.
QtFindReplaceDialog is a Qt implementation of a Find/Replace dialog to be used in Qt text editing applications.
(commercial) QtitanDataGrid provides a complete set of standard QTableView functions and a wide range of unique features that cannot be implemented using default components and methods.
QtitanRibbon is a collection of widgets (control elements) that will help you quickly and easily add a next-gen user interface to your application.
TouchWidgets is a widget library for touch-based Linux devices using X Windows. It has support for animations and momentum-based scrolling.
(commercial) a User Interface Management System (UIMS). It enables software developers to create user interfaces with OSF/Motif widgets
wxAdvTable is a table widget (like wxGrid) designed with simplicity and flexibility in mind. It has many advanced features like: - composite rows/columns - sorting and filtering support - flexible rendering and editing support - dynamic row/columns add/removal - visual features like: highlight modes, cell attributes, etc.
wxHarbour is a set of [x]Harbour language bindings for wxWidgets, providing a portable GUI toolkit for [x]Harbour.
Xaw-Xpm makes numerous aesthetic improvements, as well as the ability to put colour
background pixmaps (images) into almost every widget.
a group of three Motif-based widgets, originally part of the Bellcore Application Environment.
Xew contains a set of widgets for displaying and presenting the basic information types, such as text, images, graphics, audio and video.
a group of larger and smaller utility widgets, authored by Rick Scott
Zero Memory Widget
The Zero Memory Widget library is as powerful as classic widget libraries, but it does not use a single bit of memory per widget. So with this library, there is no widget pointer/reference, instance creation/destruction, event handler function, functions to read/write data between widget and application, and so on.