Systems Application Architecture: Common User Access

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Prentice-Hall, 1991 - Application software - 352 pages
Provides an introduction to the goals and interfaces that Systems Applications Architecture (SAA) from IBM defines. The book presents a detailed examination of the Common User Access (CUA) interface that defines the way in which an application developer creates a compliant user interface.

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Contents

Common Programming Interface
14
SAA Application Design
27
Interface Design Principles 40 The ObjectAction Principle
40
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Martin, recently completed studies at Weston Jesuit School of Theology and was ordained a deacon. He is an editor on the staff of American magazine.

Chapman is of Cooperative Processes, Inc. She is an independent consultant based in Chicago.

James Martin" is the computer industry's foremost educator and information systems communicator, and is a world-renowned consultant and high-level advisor to government and industry. He is the author of nearly 80 best-selling books--many of which are regarded as the most authoritative sources of information on database, telecommunications, teleprocessing, interactive systems, the impact of computers on commerce and society, and software development tools and methodologies. Mr. Martin is regarded as "the father of CASE," and the originator of the information engineering and rapid application development methodologies.

"Joe Leben," Leben, Inc., an independent consultant based in the Chicago area, writes books on information technology and develops technical training courses for the industry.

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