Ray Parrish wrote:
> Hal Burgiss wrote:
>> On Tue, Feb 17, 2009 at 02:55:46PM +0000, WipeOut wrote:
>>> I have a small project that needs a simple GUI app developped to
>>> simplify firing off complicated command lines..
>>> Whats the easiest way to do this for someone with very little
>>> programming experience??
> There is another option which is the GUI programming language called
> Gambas. It's very similar to Visual Basic, and is actually a Basic
> programming language. With it, you will be able to create the form for
> your project in a what you see is what you get environment, that will
> allow you to drag and drop elements like the command buttons, and text
> boxes onto a main form that you start the project with..
> Once you have the form looking the way you want it, you then put your
> code in function modules which are associated with action triggers from
> the elements you have added to your form. For instance, for a command
> button, there will be click() event that you can add code to as well as
> an onmouseout(),, and a text box will have an onchange() event or
> something close. and some other code events associated with it.
> The form itself will have an onload event and an onunload event plus a
> main event to add code to. Overall it makes developing a GIU application
> very easy.
> I've actually got it installed here, but I haven't gotten around to
> using it yet. It's available in the Ubuntu repositories, so just fire up
> Synaptic and install it. 8-) You won't find an easier way to create a
> GUI program in Ubuntu.
> Later, Ray Parrish
Thanks Ray.. I had a quick look and it looks interesting.. Will install
it and see where I end up..
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