Reactive programming & data binding in C++
From plain C++ you get:
- Signals + Slots.
- Properties templated on the contained type.
- Property bindings allowing reactive code to be written without having to do all the low-level, error prone plumbing by hand.
- Lazy evaluation of property bindings.
- No more broken bindings.
- Totally stand-alone "header-only" library. No heavy Qt dependency.
- Can still be used with Qt if you so wish.
KDBindings requires a C++ compiler with C++17 support.
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- Visit us on GitHub: https://github.com/KDAB/KDBindings
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KDBindings includes these source files, also available under the terms of the MIT license:
- doctest.h - the lightest feature-rich C++ single-header testing framework for unit tests and TDD (C) 2016-2021 Viktor Kirilov firstname.lastname@example.org
- genindex_array.h (C) 2021 Jeremy Burns (adapted by KDAB for KDBindings)
Please submit your contributions or issue reports from our GitHub space at https://github.com/KDAB/KDBindings
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KDBindings is supported and maintained by Klarälvdalens Datakonsult AB (KDAB).
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The KDAB Group provides consulting and mentoring for developing Qt applications from scratch and in porting from all popular and legacy frameworks to Qt. We continue to help develop parts of Qt and are one of the major contributors to the Qt Project. We can give advanced or standard trainings anywhere around the globe on Qt as well as C++, OpenGL, 3D and more.
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Updated on 2023-08-30 at 00:00:24 +0000