An easy way to write applications with Tomo.
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nasin

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Nasin provides an easy way to write applications with Tomo. To get started, take a look at the examples directory and the online documentation.

Related repositories:

  • Tomo API: The API that all other parts of the toolkit agree on
  • Objects: A standard collection of re-usable objects and other GUI components