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In computing a graphical user interface (GUI, sometimes pronounced gooey) is a type of user interface that allows users to interact with electronic devices with images rather than text commands. GUIs can be used in computers, hand-held devices such as MP3 players, portable media players or gaming devices, household appliances and office equipment.

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all the meta-information you need to control the GUI correctly, for example, the display name of each object, or which attributes the user has to enter for the particular object. The difference to what …
answered Jan 8 '13 by Doc Brown
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If I got your right, during the render call, the child needs a service which provides some matrixes, right? It does not really matter that it is the parent which provides that matrixes. So create an i …
answered May 24 '13 by Doc Brown
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Most often the best advice for automatic GUI testing is to develop your application in a Model-View-Presenter style and write your tests against the Presenter. The topic is discussed here: http …
answered Feb 3 '12 by Doc Brown
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Option #2 is fine. It works even if the presenters/views are not hierarchically organized, and the "global option" may affect different components than just panels in your application. In fact, the di …
answered Feb 25 by Doc Brown
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, but it gives you a systematic strategy for designing and implementing your own application framework, especially for GUI applications, showing you how to apply MVC, MVP, MVVM to your typical Forms … assignment in your "application framework" by yourself. Instead of assigning the click events using the GUI designer, create a naming convention how a "click" handler has to be named for a button of a specific …
answered Jan 13 '15 by Doc Brown
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There are several approaches possible, and to get the GUI/calculation with multithreading right, there is be more necessary than a few paragraphs here on "Programmers" can teach your. However, the … available. You data mining program may run in one process, without any GUI, and your GUI program in a separate process. The interprocess communication might be done by using the DB. That way, it might be …
answered Aug 16 '16 by Doc Brown
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I guess what you are looking for is some kind of decision table. For each possible combination of OS, server and GUI element store a boolean flag indicating the visibility. You could simply utilize a … 3 dimensional boolean array (bool[][][] uiVisibility) for that task, indexed by enums indicating the OS, the server and the particular UI element. And you GUI initialization code then will just look …
answered Apr 23 '13 by Doc Brown
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The term you are looking for is Text-based user interface (TUI). Wikipedia has also some links to libraries which can be used to create such interfaces.
answered Nov 22 '18 by Doc Brown
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two derived concrete classes for the specifics needed for horizontal-ness vs vertical-ness. This feels the most correct Well, to me this feels mostly wrong. Your button can have a dozen properti …
answered Dec 29 '14 by Doc Brown
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fits best to your case. A simple solution for the case of an "exception" is by simply not catching the exception in some non-GUI code and let it bubble up to the GUI layer, which then catches and … not sufficient because you want the non-GUI code to generate the exception message, catch the original exception and rethrow one with a better text: try { do something; } catch (AnException e …
answered Jun 21 by Doc Brown
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If that data itself is mostly independent of the tree structure, it is probably best to have a clear separation between UI and data. So the answer to your first question should I use external hol …
answered Feb 20 '18 by Doc Brown
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Ruby (though the 3 latter ones are not so strong supported with tools on the GUI development side). Learning a new language will also give you insides about the strengths and weaknesses of C++, so you don't become a "one trick pony". …
answered Sep 11 '12 by Doc Brown
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One can use MVP (Model View Presenter) here. This decouples the view from the view's logic and is typically used to make views exchangable, but there is no reason why it cannot also be used to exchang …
answered Aug 17 '16 by Doc Brown