Getting Started

First, you need .slint files, which contain a textual description of your user interface, written in the Slint language. Next, you embed the .slint files in a project written in a supported programming language, like C++, Rust, or JavaScript.

There are three different pathways to get started with Slint:

  1. SlintPad - Use this to get a feel of the Slint language. This is a web browser-based tool where you can try Slint out.

  2. As a UI Designer, working with Slint files locally, we recommend the following combination of software tools:

  3. As a Software Developer, integrating Slint into a new or existing code base, choose one of these languages to get started: