Gallery

This example showcases all of the UI controls available in NoesisGUI to build applications.

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Gallery

Integration

Minimal integration sample showcasing how to integrate NoesisGUI into your own application.

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Integration

Hello World

A minimalist multiplatform sample of NoesisGUI application using the Application Framework.

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Hello World

Start Menu

Basic game front-end menu with buttons. This sample demonstrates how to set Visual States to customize the appearance of controls and how to use Command Bindings to hook events using MVVM style.

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Start Menu

Login dialog

This example showcases how to use a TextBox and a PasswordBox to implement a login panel. Information entered by the user is gathered using MVVM and commands.

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Login dialog

Quest log

This sample demonstrates how to use Data Binding to interact with data. The interface is populated by taking information from an ObservableCollection in the model class.

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Quest log

Localization

This example demonstrates how to localize text using NoesisGUI and DataBinding.

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Localization

Menu3D Demo

Classic videogame main menu with three panels showcasing how to smoothly transition between several XAMLs.

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Menu3D Demo

Data Trigger

This Scoreboard sample demonstrates how to use DataTrigger and DataBinding to modify the appearance of UI elements depending on model property values.

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Data Trigger

Unreal Shooter

This is a modified version of Epic's UE4 ShooterGame tutorial in which we've replaced the original UI - HUD and menus - with one made with NoesisGUI.

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Unreal Shooter

NorthGame

This example simulates various selection and configuration screens of a strategy game.

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NorthGame

Inventory

A slot-based RPG inventory system featuring easy interaction between a character and his items. Features Drag & Drop and Behaviors.

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Inventory

Widget3D

This example showcases how to display and interact with a Widget in 3D.

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Widget3D

Render Texture

Example showing how to render 3D content to a texture that is later used in user interface. It also demonstrates how to implement a draggable window.

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Render Texture