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There's a reason why software developers like Microsoft update the look of
their applications every two years. It shows the consumer that something has
changed and therefore they need to upgrade, at least that's my opinion.
If this is true, I can only presume that presentation plays a vital role in
the sale of commercial applications. If you're not writing commercial
applications, then it's just a cool thing to do.
Unfortunately, most developers are usually confined to creating applications
with the look provided by the development tool they're using. Fortunately for
us developer... (more)
One of the biggest complaints I hear about PowerBuilder is how the
applications developed with it end up looking old and outdated. PowerBuilder
allows developers to create complicated, robust, and efficient business
applications. What it doesn't do is offer an effective presentation.
Sometimes lackluster presentation can hurt an application's marketability.
Unfortunate as it is, the look of the application is what gives users their
first impression. An old-looking application just won't impress.
What to Do About It...
The first option would be to get your hands on some third-party... (more)
The UI Designer has been out for nearly a week. Have you tried it? If so,
please drop me a line at brad.wery@PowerToTheBuilder.com. I would like to
hear what you think of it.
I'm trying something new with the UI in this application. I've gone away from
using a menu and developed a semi-ribbon type interface. I'm curious to know
what you think of this. If it's something the community would be interested
in maybe I can develop it more. I think it would take a bit of work to get it
to look and act like the Microsoft Ribbon control but it could be doable.
If you have any other idea's... (more)
As we all know, the DataWindow is a very powerful and flexible control used
for data presentation and manipulation. For the most part, the features that
you get out of the box allow you to create some very impressive applications.
With that said, there is always room for improvement. Fortunately for us, the
DataWindow was built with flexibility in mind. By taking advantage of this
flexibility, we can extend the DataWindow to do almost anything we want.
In this article, I'm going to introduce you to PowerFilter, a control
developed by Jim Reese and available for purchase from