Welcome to the Slint Language Documentation#
The Slint design markup language describes extensible graphical user interfaces using the Slint framework
Place and compose a tree of visual elements in a window using a textual representation.
Configure the appearance of elements via properties. For example a Text element has a text property, while a Rectangle element has a background color.
Assign binding expressions to properties to automatically compute values that depend on other properties.
Group binding expressions together with named states and conditions.
Declare animations on properties and states to make the user interface feel alive.
Build your own re-usable components and share them in .slint module files.
Define data structures and models and access them from programming languages.
It only describes the user interface and it is not a programming language. The business logic is written in a different programming language using the Slint API.
To use Slint you will need to embed your slint files in a project written in a programming language. Refer to the Slint documentation specific to that programming language to get started.