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... is a non-profit project.

... is a window system.

... is a Grahpical User Interface (GUI).

... is a shared library.


06. August 2016 - Download Section: New download packages are available.

02. August 2016 - Geeonx is running fine under (X)Ubuntu 16.04.

25. July 2016 - A quick guide to Geeonx programming and Geeonx Creator is available.

13. July 2016 - Download Section: Geeonx Creator Updates available.


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Geeonx interface running on Ubuntu Linux 14.04 LTS.

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GeeCreator running on Xubuntu Linux 14.04 LTS.

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GeeCreator running on Xubuntu Linux 14.04 LTS.


Geeonx draws and updates all GUI-elements like windows, pulldown-menus, icons, inputforms and buttons of your application that you have created before with the tool GeeonxCreator.

With the tool GeeonxCreator you are able to design all GUI-elements of your application. Geeonx stores the data of each and every GUI element in a corresponding Geeonx object. GeeonxCreator stores the GUI data into a *.gee and *.gew file. The Geeonx shared library will take over all drawings of GUI elements inclusive window content. The library will also handle all window, button or input events. For example with Geeonx your are able to create forms for the input of text by the user.

The Geeonx *.gee and *.gew files are 32/64 bit binary compatibel. Therefore you can design your interface for your application and use the files generated by GeeonxCreator for the 32 bit and the 64 bit version of your application.

Hence it is very easy to program applications with windows, buttons and icons. For example to alter the content of a window you just change the text_string within the structure of the Geeonx_object. With the call of the function gee_draw_all_objects() the whole interface of the application will be updated.

The LINUX version of the Geeonx library works with or without X-Windows. That means Geeonx applications can be executed on lean systems without a -installation. Users can enjoy applications with sophisticated surfaces even in lean or embedded environments.

The Geeonx library is written in C programming language and offers an API for the use with C/C++. After the Geeonx version for Microsoft Windows is finished you can create applications for Linux and Microsoft Windows with a highly identical sourcecode.

Fields of use:

With the Geeonx shared library and GeeonxCreator the surface of your application is created fast and easily. You can concentrate yourself on the features of your program and let Geeonx manage the GUI. Therefore Geeonx is suited to decrease the development time of you desktop or embedded applications.


A computer with a x86-cpu with a LINUX operating system. A Geeonx version for Microsoft Windows should follow. Furthermore the shared libraries SDL 1.2.15, SDL_ttf 2.0.11, SDL_image 1.2.12 and Freetype are needed. They can be used free of charge within the scope of their license conditions.