Are you looking for any interesting and beautiful Web User Interface libraries for your next web site or Rich Internet Application ? Take a look at this list with ten WUI I suggest you to try in order to simplify your work and develope faster beautiful and usable user interfaces.
1. IT Mill Toolkit
IT Mill Toolkit
is an open-source framework, providing widgets and tools for the development of Rich Internet Applications (RIAs). Deliver web applications without worrying about incompatibilities of web browsers, DOM
2. LivePipe UI
3. Iwebkit iPhone/iPod touch framework
is the revolutionnairy kit used to create high quality iPhone and iPod touch websites in a few minutes. In the first 4 months of it’s existance the pack has greatly evolved from a basic idea to a project that has reached worldwide fame!
6. Echo Web Framework
is an open-source framework for developing rich web applications. From the developer’s perspective, Echo behaves as a user interface toolkit—like Swing or Eclipse SWT
technology is employed to deliver a user experience to web clients that approaches that of desktop-based applications.
7. The Yahoo! User Interface Library (YUI)
The YUI Library
is available under a BSD
license and is free for all uses.
8. Sigma Ajax UI builder
is web based visual AJAX
UI builder for professional developers. Developers save their time in building up prototype as well as real web applications. TreeBar, TreeGrid, Layout, Menu are supported.
9. WUI Web UI Framework
(Web User Interface) is an MVC
framework for writing web UIs in a single language: Java. Write web apps with components, widgets & events, not JSPs. Runs in any servlet 2.3 container. Similar to Model 2 / Struts, only better. Apache-style license.
10. Butterfly Web UI
Butterfly Web UI
is a component oriented web framework for Java, like Wicket or Tapestry. The main advantage compared to these frameworks is that Butterfly Web UI integrates naturally with Butterfly DI Container, giving you a state-of-the-art dependency injection container to help you structure and decouple the internal components of your web applications.