Glade is a free open source and powerful Rapid Application Development (RAD) tool that makes it easy to create user interfaces for the GTK toolkit and GNOME desktop environment. Designing user interfaces in Glade is a breeze, and the resulting layouts are saved as XML files. These files can be dynamically loaded into applications using the GtkBuilder GTK object. This means that Glade is incredibly versatile and can be used with a wide variety of programming languages, including C, C++, C#, Vala, Java, Perl, Python, and many others.
Glade is released under the GNU GPL License, making it a great choice for developers who value freedom and openness. So whether you’re creating a new GNOME application or just need to design a new user interface for an existing one, Glade is the perfect tool for the job.
How to Install Glade on Ubuntu Linux
You can install Glade via flatpak package file from the remote flathub repository. First install the latest version of flatpak and flathub on your Linux system and restart it after the installation.
Open the terminal software (ctrl+alt+t) and below Glade flatpak installation command. It will install the latest version of Glade.
flatpak install flathub org.gnome.Glade
After the installation you can open it using below command.
flatpak run org.gnome.Glade
And also uninstall Glade
sudo flatpak uninstall org.gnome.Glade