Systems Application Architecture: Common User Access
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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Common Programming Interface
SAA Application Design
Interface Design Principles 40 The ObjectAction Principle
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