Understanding the user interfaceAdded by IBM on October 4, 2010 | Version 1 (Original)
|This section provides introductory information for understanding the user interface.
This section provides introductory information for understanding the user interface.
The Eclipse SDK provides an open framework to enhance functionality to the Integrated Development Environment (IDE). These features (or plug-ins) are easily versioned and dynamically installed or updated without restarting the IDE. Software developers using Eclipse have often wished for a similar model for their desktop applications. With previous versions of Eclipse, this was possible but difficult, especially when heavily customizing menus, layouts, and other user interface elements.
UI toolkits: XPD621
The UI toolkits described in this section are used by the Eclipse IDE and plug-ins, and work equally well for RCP applications.
User interaction in the Lotus Expeditor: XPD621
The default user interface provided for the Lotus® Expeditor is similar in appearance and action to other user interfaces, such as Microsoft® Windows®, Macintosh, and Motif. Users employ a "selection/action" model to interact with it.
User interface organization: XPD621
This section illustrates the organization of the user interface.
Using widgets on devices: XPD621
This section contains information on Rich GUI programming for devices.
Parent topic: Developing the application user interface: XPD621