Generic Graphical User Interfaces

@inproceedings{Achten2003GenericGU,
  title={Generic Graphical User Interfaces},
  author={Peter Achten and Marko C. J. D. van Eekelen and Marinus J. Plasmeijer},
  booktitle={IFL},
  year={2003}
}
It is important to be able to program GUI applications in a fast and easy manner. Current GUI tools for creating visually attractive applications offer limited functionality. In this paper we introduce a new, easy to use method to program GUI applications in a pure functional language such as Clean or Generic Haskell. The method we use is a refined version of the model-view paradigm. The basic component in our approach is the Graphical Editor Component (GECτ ) that can contain any value of any… CONTINUE READING

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