Controlling User Interface Objects Through Pre- and Postconditions

@inproceedings{Gieskens1992ControllingUI,
  title={Controlling User Interface Objects Through Pre- and Postconditions},
  author={Daniel F. Gieskens and James D. Foley},
  booktitle={CHI},
  year={1992}
}
We have augmented user interface objects (i.e. windows, menus, buttons, sliders, ets.) with preconditions that determine their visibility and their enabled/disabled status and postconditions that are asserted when certain actions are performed on the object. Postconditions are associated with each functionally different action on the object. Attaching pre- and postconditions to interface objects provides several useful features, such as selective enabling of controls, rapid prototyping, and… CONTINUE READING
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