7-9 PM, Tuesday December 5, 1995 Augsburg branch Library 7100 Nicollet Avenue, Richfield, Minnesota.
Coding of a graphical user interface (GUI) can take a large fraction of a software developer's time. As Ada developers, we could potentially speed up the more mundane aspects of the GUI development process if we only had the right tools.
This talk will explore solutions to this problem using Ada's built-in capabilities along with intelligent code generation techniques. As portability and maintainability issues have become a vital concern, the examples will focus on operating system independent features. Most of the concepts presented will consider both Ada 83 and Ada 95.
This meeting is open to the public. Twin Cities SIGAda is a special interest group of the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM). For more information regarding this meeting or membership in Twin Cities SIGAda contact Chad Broshar at 572-6145, or EMail to firstname.lastname@example.org