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Re: [yast-devel] WebYaST will help the openness
- From: Johannes Meixner <jsmeix@xxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 16 Feb 2011 10:48:10 +0100 (CET)
- Message-id: <alpine.LNX.firstname.lastname@example.org>
On Feb 15 17:19 Duncan Mac-Vicar P. wrote:
On 02/15/2011 12:34 PM, Johannes Meixner wrote:
> I would like to describe only the logic of the UI elements
and leave the actual layout to an automatism like:
Group( Label( "Keywords and values"),
Group( InputField( "First keyword:", keyword1 )
InputField( "First value:", value1 )
Group( InputField( "Second keyword:", keyword2 )
InputField( "Second value:", value2 )
PushButton( "Store keywords and values" )
We could call it HTML, and the styling/positioning part CSS.
This would be o.k. for me.
I don't mind which language it is (even PostScript would be o.k. for me ;-)
provided it works this way also for ncurses, Gtk, and QT.
I only care that it is one single language for all user frontends.
Out of curiosity:
What would be the intersection set of possible UI functionality
for ncurses, Gtk, QT, and web-frontend?
In other words: Would a "common denominator UI functionality"
for ncurses, Gtk, QT, and web-frontend be insufficiently small
or would it be sufficient at least for a basic user interface?
I think for a basic user interface one needs at least
- Output (show arbitrary text to the user)
- InputField (let the user enter arbitrary text)
- SelectionList (show lines of text and let the user select a line)
- CheckBox (show text and let the user select or unselect it)
- Link (show text and proceed when the user clicks on it)
Basically CheckBox is a single-line SelectionList or
an OutputField which can be selected so that it seems
CheckBox is somehow optional and could be omitted.
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