Front-end Design and Development for Systems Applications
Lulu.com, Dec 21, 2009 - 85 pages
A guide to designing and developing the ‚€˜front-end‚€™ for systems applications, including the standards and guidelines for the Graphical User Interface (GUI) and the Human Computer Interface (HCI), through which users communicate with the computer system and the database. Also, dialogue styles in which a user is provided with a hierarchically organised set of choices pointing to and interacting with visible elements.
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allows a user application capitalised changes check box clicking client area colour command button common compound documents consistent contains custom control database default DESCRIPTION dialog box display information document drop-down list entry field example FIGURE fonts Graphical User Interface Group box GUI development guidelines Help hierarchy horizontal icon input interaction ISBN keyboard label list box List of Values look and feel main menu MAPI Media Control Interface menu bar message box Microsoft Microsoft Windows minimise modal modeless mouse button mouse pointer option button Outline Field Philosophic Counselling pointer for resizing Pop-Up Menu primary window pull-down menu push buttons radio button Save scroll bar secondary window server shortcuts spin button standard Visual Basic status bar Suggested pointer system menu Tab folders text box three-dimensional text title bar toolbar typically user to select user's user’s widgets Windows 95 Windows metafiles