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Volume 29, Number 2, Page 236 (1990)
AD/Cycle
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User interface services in AD/Cycle

by J. M. Artim, J. M. Hary, F. J. Spickhoff
Significant progress has been made in the effort to separate programmers from the management of data storage. By comparison, the window of a workstation is still managed and controlled in great detail by the typical programmer. In AD/Cycle user interface services defined a set of services that assist in the management of the displays on the workstation. These services also help increase the productivity of the tool builder by enforcing Common User Access rules and guidelines, and raise the level of consistency of user displays of the tools in AD/Cycle.
Related Subjects: Programming; System Design