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EFL (Enlightenment Foundation Libraries) is a set of graphical libraries for developing applications with advanced user interfaces. These libraries are based on the Enlightenment window manager, a lightweight and highly customizable desktop environment for X11-based systems. EFL provides components to create rich graphical user interfaces with animations, effects, and customization options that can be used in both embedded environments and traditional desktop settings. It includes components like Evas (a hardware-accelerated canvas library), Edje (a layout and theme design system), elementary (widget toolkit), Ecore (event loop handling), and many others designed to work together seamlessly while keeping resource usage to a minimum. This makes it suitable for creating visually appealing applications on devices where memory or processing power may be limited, such as those running Linux-based operating systems on IoT devices, smartphones or older computers.

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