UX Primitives is a core graphic and color abstraction for Angular Rust.
Angular Rust is a high productivity,
platform-agnostic frontend framework for the Rust language. It now supports desktop and web development. Angular Rust currently uses Clutter for desktop development and WebAssembly for web development. We are planning to add support for mobile development.
- Graphic abstraction for cairo and web canvas, implemented in UX Animate
- Most used color spaces: RGB, RGBA, HSL, HSV, LAB, CMY, CMYK
- Color conversion: RGB to HSL, etc.
- Support for color quantization to make the color closer to the palette
Color scheme for UI design
UX Primitives contain powerfull palette for easy of use and more professional look for your applications. UX Primitives use the Open Color scheme optimized for UI like font, background, border, etc.
- All colors shall have adequate use
- Provide general color for UI design
- All colors will be beautiful in itself and harmonious
- At the same brightness level, the perceived brightness will be constant
Install UX Primitives:
cargo add ux-primitives
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