GUI builder

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GUI builder

Software that lets a programmer or user develop a graphical user interface by dragging and dropping icons from a toolbar onto the interface window and editing them with graphics tools. Behind the scenes, the GUI builder generates the necessary programming code to implement the interface. Either a stand-alone program or part of an application development system, GUI builders are a primary component in modern programming environments. See GUI and application development system.
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Bonita BPM 7 was released in June of 2015 with a brand-new User Interface Designer based on AugularJS, and with a new architecture that separates UI design from business logic design.
Now the firm is poised to launch a base in the capital and recruitment is under way for the initial staff, including a lead artist and user interface designer.
Sinclair is a software developer and user interface designer.
The user interface designer for Elliptic Labs, Erik Forsstorm said that the user needs to learn the exact spot to gesture to instead of having a large interactive space around the device.
It's a complete failure," interface designer Jeffrey Jorgensen told the Associated Press.
All around, it's not quite there yet," a user interface designer for a San Francisco-based startup, Jeffrey Jorgensen, told the Associated Press.
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Permissions require configuration to allow the FPGA interface designer to make changes, while preventing the PCB schematic creator or layout designer from making modifications of their own to the work-in-progress FPGA interface.
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Fleming (1998) describes them as one of the most powerful (though also one of the most misused) tools available to an interface designer.
In effect, QNX is offering the Human Machine Interface designer the same values of realtime and reliability that we have always provided to the system designer.
His 22 years of design and consulting experience prepared him to become a valuable contributor to the development of TouchCom as Habitat's Chief Interface Designer.

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