When comparing Sciter vs Xojo, the Slant community recommends Sciter for most people. In the question“What are the best cross-platform GUI toolkits?” Sciter is ranked 23rd while Xojo is ranked 26th. The most important reason people chose Sciter is:
Support for C++, C#, Delphi, D, Go, Rust, Powerbuilder. See [Go bindings on GitHub](https://github.com/sciter-sdk/go-sciter). The binding for C# on GitHub, [SciterSharp](https://github.com/ramon-mendes/SciterSharp) does not seem to be free: in a commercial product you should acquire a commercial license.
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Only a single native DLL.
Pro Easy to use
Easy to make compiled native apps.
Con Linux version is not very mature
The Linux version is missing HTML/CSS features when compared to the Windows version.
Con Not fully HTML5 compliant
Lacking HTML5 functionality and W3C standards: grabbing a library like JQuery or Bootstrap and use it in Sciter will not work.
Con Not WYSIWYG
Not WYSIWYG like WebForms or WPF.
Con Subscription-based/Not free
Using this product you're betting the company will still be around. If they get bought out by an enterprise that wants to use the tech internally, all they need to do is stop offering subscriptions and suddenly you're scrambling to rebuild your entire app on other technology.
Con No Android support
They plan to eventually support Android, but for now, they only support iOS.