# About:

Final Platform Layer is a Single-Header-File cross-platform C development library designed to abstract the underlying platform to a very simple and easy to use low-level api - providing low level access to (Window, Video, Audio, Keyboard, Mouse, Gamepad, Files, Threads, Memory, Hardware, etc.).

The main focus is game/media/simulation development, so the default settings will create a window, setup a OpenGL rendering context and initialize audio playback on any platform.

It is written in C99 for simplicity and best portability, but is C++ compatible as well.

FPL supports the platforms Windows/Linux for the architectures x86/x64.

It is licensed under the MIT-License. This license allows you to use FPL freely in any software.

# What makes it different from other platform abstraction libraries, such as SDL/SFML/etc. ?:

- FPL is designed to require bare minimum linking to the OS (kernel32.lib / libld.so) only.
- It does not require any dependencies or build-systems to get it running.
- It has a lightweight feature set
- No data hiding -> everything is accessible
- It uses a fixed and small memory footprint and handles memory very gracefully.
- It can be controlled by a configuration structure in very detail at startup.
- You decide how to integrate it; not the library.

# How do i get started?

You download the latest release from the github page:

Drop it into your C/C++ project and use it in any place you want.

Define FPL_IMPLEMENTATION in at least one translation unit before including the header file.

For more details you can check out the official website: https://libfpl.org

# Current state / Future plans:

FPL is not finished yet and just supports a couple of platforms, but more platforms are already in progress or are planned. Also some features are not implemented yet or may be missing.

For more details: https://libfpl.org/docs/page_todo.html