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ObjectBuilder - GUI library

ObjectBuilder includes the Object Interface (OI) class library which is a C++ object-oriented implementation of both Motif and Openlook interfaces. Note that interested parties can read more about the OI library in the 1300 page "OI Programmer's Guide" by Gary Aitken and Amber Bensen published by Prentice-Hall.

ObjectBuilder is a GUI that offers developers a complete C++ implementation of Motif. ObjectBuilder allows developers to rapidly design, test, modify and implement sophisticated object-oriented graphical user interfaces by using ObjectBuilder to manipulate C++ objects found in its Object Interface (OI) C++ class library.

ObjectBuilder features a drag-and-drop user interface that allows developers to immediately visualize the results of their user interface design.

ObjectBuilder is owned and supported by Openware Technologies, Inc.. Formerly owned by ParcPlace Systems, Openware recently acquired ObjectBuilder.

Licensing : Commercial


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