Some developers hate the headaches of user-interface programming. They assume it’s all about painting icons, rewording text, and endlessly tweaking dialog boxes until an entire company agrees that an application looks attractive. However, developers who are involved in creating and maintaining sophisticated applications realize that there is another set of design considerations for user-interface programming. These are considerations about application architecture.


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© Matthew MacDonald 2006

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