4 edition of Visual design with OSF/Motif found in the catalog.
Visual design with OSF/Motif
Includes bibliographical references (p. 243) and index.
|Series||Hewlett-Packard Press series|
|LC Classifications||QA76.76.W56 K63 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxv, 260 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||260|
|LC Control Number||91002449|
It is detailed in that it teaches you how to use the interface components provided by Motif in a complex application. Although it contains a great deal of reference material, it is not meant as an authoritative reference - that is the job of the OSF/Motif Programmer's Reference, which uses over pages in . About this Book This book is a detailed introduction to programming with the OSF /MotifI'M graphical user interface. It is an introduction in that it does not require the reader to have experience programming in the X Window environment. It is detailed in that it teaches you how to use the interface components provided by Motif in a complex application.
The Motif Reference Manual is a complete programmer's reference for the Motif toolkit from the Open Software Foundation (OSF). Motif has become the standard user interface for X Window System applications, and the Motif toolkit makes it easy for programmers to build applications that conform with the Motif "look and feel."Dan Heller's Motif Programming Manual has long been considered the most 5/5(1). The specification is captured in two documents: the Motif Style Guide, which defines the external look and feel of applications, and the Application Environment Specification, which defines the application programmer's interface (API). Both books have been published for OSF by Prentice-Hall and are available in most technical bookstores.
This well written book, with numerous coded examples (that work!) is one of the best computer reference book I've encountered. Although it has not been updated to included Motif , most applications are still being written in Motif anyway. It also includes the necessary Xt and X11 background to write s: 8. Building OSF/MOTIF Applications: A Practical Introduction. Building OSF/MOTIF Applications: A Practical Introduction. Subject Catalog. Humanities & Social Sciences. User Interface Design > Building OSF/MOTIF Applications: A Practical Introduction. Find resources for working and learning online during COVID PreK–12 Education;.
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programmers and designers how to visualize and design an OSF/Motif interface. Shiz Kobara is uniquely qualified to write a design guide for Motif and can show you how to take advantage of the three-dimensional features of the : Shiz Kobara. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Kobara, Shiz.
Visual design with OSF/Motif. Reading, Mass.: Addison-Wesley Pub. Co., © (OCoLC) OSF/MOTIF Programmer's Reference Release [Open Software Foundation] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
OSF/MOTIF Programmer's Reference Release Missing: Visual design. OSF/Motif Style Guide. The novice mode of UIM/X supports a number of popular Motif widgets, including Push Button, Label, Text Field, and more.
A compound object consists of several Motif widgets combined into one object for. The book provides a complete programmer's guide to the Motif toolkit. While the OSF/Motif toolkit is based on Xt, the focus of the book is on Motif itself, not on the ed information about Xt is provided by Volume 4, and references are made to that volume throughout the course of this book.
Motif was designed by the Open Software Foundation (OSF), a non-profit consortium of companies such as Hewlett-Packard, Digital, IBM, and dozens of other corporations.
OSF's charter calls for the development of technologies that will enhance inter-operability between computers from. OSF/Motif comprises standards on two levels: a style guide for the ‘look and feel’ and a programming interface for the Motif toolkit.
Additionally, it provides a code base which can be licensed. About Features. shows how to use the facilities of all three Motif libraries—Xlib (which provides the lowest level interface to the facilities of the window system); Xt Intrinsics (the library that hides many details of Xlib and supports a higher-level programming model); and visual components (such as buttons and scrollbars) from which an application's user interface can be built.
OSF/MotifStyleGuide Order Number: AA–Q8YUA–TE August This document is a supplement to the OSF/Motif Style Guide. It does not repeat the OSF/Motif Style Guide, but rather provides additional information concerning the style of OSF/Motif user interfaces. This document also provides guidelines concerning widgets included in DECwindows Motif.
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Spend as little or as much time as you like customizing your story. OSF/Motif™ Programmer's Guide Revision (For OSF/Motif Release ) Open Software Foundation P T R Prentice Hall, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey Drag-Over Visual Effects Drag Callbacks Getting Data about the Current Drop Site Additional Physical Format: Online version: OSF/Motif programmer's reference, revision Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice Hall, © (OCoLC) OSF'S first offering, the Motif graphical user interface, is made up of a window manager, which gives the user a standard environment for manipulating application windows, a user interface toolkit, which provides a standard application programming interface, a user interface language compiler, which provides easy design and modification of the.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Berlage, Thomas. OSF/Motif. Wokingham, England ; Reading, Mass.: Addison-Wesley, © (OCoLC) DECwindows Companion to the OSF/Motif Style Guide This appendix lists books and periodicals which may provide you with additional information concerning user interface design.
C.1 Books. Baecker, R Milano: Arcadia Edizioni, Berryman, G., Notes on Graphic Design and Visual Communication, William Kaufmann, Updated to cover Motif Release and X/11 R6, this revised edition shows programmers how to design reusable user interface components and how Motif and C++ can be used together effectively.
It goes beyond how to display and manipulate widgets and shows how the object-oriented approach affects an application's design and implementation. OSF/Motif is a graphical user-interface toolkit, window manager, style guide, and user-interface language.
It lets you create consistent graphics-based applications on both open and proprietary systems. The various elements that constitute Motif were chosen from vendor submissions to OSF. The OSF/Motif Style Guide provides a general set of guidelines, while the DECwindows Companion to the OSF/Motif Style Guide provides more detailed explanations and more illustrations to help you create a consistent user interface for your application.
These detailed explanations and illustrations are recommendations offered to further the consistency and usability of user interfaces. Osf/Motif Programmer's Reference (Osf/Motif Series/Revision ) Hardcover – March 1, by Open Software Foundation (Author)Author: Open Software Foundation.
OSF/Motif programmer's reference by Open Software Foundation,PTR Prentice Hall edition, in English. OSF/Motif User's Guide Release Pearson offers special pricing when you package your text with other student resources.Motif emerged in the late s, as Unix workstations were on the rise, as a collaboration between Digital Equipment Corporation, Hewlett-Packard, and other companies to provide a common interface toolkit for the X Window System, to compete with the OPEN LOOK GUI.
It was originally developed by the Open Software Foundation and initially released in July Examples from various O'Reilly and Associates books including their Motif books, such as Motif Programming Manual - Volume 6A. An alternate location (directory) Antony Fountain's updated 6A Book and Examples; Examples from The X Resource by O'Reilly and Associates or alternate location (directory) Mark Sebern: Building OSF/Motif Applications: A.