🚧 Work in progress 🚧

This book is largely incomplete. If you want to contribute, feel free to join our Discord server and start a discussion there.

While the book is being worked on, the best resources to get started with iced are:


iced is a cross-platform GUI library for Rust. It is inspired by Elm, a delightful functional language for building web applications.

As a GUI library, iced helps you build graphical user interfaces for your Rust applications.

iced is strongly focused on simplicity and type-safety. As a result, iced tries to provide simple building blocks that can be put together with strong typing to reduce the chance of runtime errors.

This book will:

  • Introduce you to the fundamental ideas of iced.
  • Teach you how to build interactive applications with iced.
  • Emphasize principles to scale and grow iced applications.

Before proceeding, you should have some basic familiarity with Rust. If you are new to Rust or feel lost at some point, I recommend you to read the official Rust book.