Domain Specific High-Level Constraints for User Interface Layout

@article{Lutteroth2008DomainSH,
  title={Domain Specific High-Level Constraints for User Interface Layout},
  author={Christof Lutteroth and Robert Strandh and Gerald Weber},
  journal={Constraints},
  year={2008},
  volume={13},
  pages={307-342}
}
We present the Auckland Layout Model (ALM), a constraint-based technique for specifying 2D layout as it is used for arranging the controls in a graphical user interface (GUI). Most GUI frameworks offer layout managers that are basically adjustable tables; often adjacent table cells can be merged. In the ALM, the focus switches from the table cells to vertical and horizontal tabulators between the cells. On the lowest level of abstraction, the model applies linear constraints, and an optimal… CONTINUE READING
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