is an app that creates and maintains wxWidgets
UI and generates either C++ code or XRC files to implement your design. It has a Mockup panel so that you can preview what your UI will look like before you compile it, and Code/XRC generation windows so that you can preview what the generated code will be.
In addition to creating a project from scratch, wxUiEditor can import existing projects from wxCrafter
. In most cases, the UI will look the same, though the generated code will typically be different.
wxUiEditor can also import dialogs from Windows Resource files, converting the controls into a wxWidgets equivalent and placing them in a variety of sizers. In this case, the UI will usually look different -- while the algorithms try to figure out what your intent for the dialog was, you will usually need to make adjustments after the conversion.
wxUiEditor is an Open Source project, and is available at https://github.com/KeyWorksRW/wxUiEditor
. It runs natively on Windows, and under Wine on Unix platforms.