[Pharo-project] A new GUI visual designer
csrabak at bol.com.br
csrabak at bol.com.br
Tue Feb 15 19:35:00 CET 2011
I would like to add to this discussion the following:
1) Are we willing to create a Pharo only solution to a GUI designer? Or:
2) Can we think of a Smalltalk wide new solution which could be standard and flavour
agnostic, so once a programmer learns to use it, its knowledge will be useful to any
3) Do we fell we should lead the way inventing a new GUI design approach, or the ones in
market suffice and nullPointer's view that the designer is a commodity which we should
make use of as other thing we do in Pharo, so steering us to concentrate in a set of
widgets which those mainstream GUI design expect?
I think if we invest in answering these questions we could arrive quickly to a feasible plan.
Em 14/02/2011 06:10, Geert Claes < geert.wl.claes at gmail.com > escreveu:
I'll leave in the middle whether or not the "Morphic UI Designer" is the
right solution for Pharo, but looking at the number of posts in this thread
I do have a feeling that:
1. most do agree that a better way to create the user interface really is
2. there are strong opinions on how this UI designer should and/or should
not be implemented
As most applications require a UI, having a powerful UI builder is extremely
important for any development environment to succeed. If Pharo were to
have an intuitive UI builder, I think even more people would give Pharo a go
and probably improve Pharo's existing development environment along the way.
Göran just constructively summarized and grouped some groups and optiobs for
the "how". So rather than arguing what "not" to do, let's try and focus on
how it will be done and who is able to help.
Having said all that, I think Smalltalk could benefit even more if Smalltalk
had a powerful UI builder for web applications, but I guess that's outside
Pharo's scope and is something the frameworks like AIDA, Seaside or Iliad
need to address.
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