Make your own Computer Software - without Programming!

Written by Gunter Gerdenitsch

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Odds are that software will walkrepparttar same road inrepparttar 107902 years to come. System and standard software will continue to be programmed conventionally by professional software developers. Application software, however, will more and more be "plugged together" byrepparttar 107903 users (or their applier organizations) themselves.

Building software in an Application Framework like DLG (also called: 'component based software development') as a 3-step job:

1.Build a framework by combining DLG elements supportingrepparttar 107904 features you designed forrepparttar 107905 target application.

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3.Only application-specific operations are left to be programmed inrepparttar 107907 conventional way. Additionally, there might be details you want to be handled in a more sophisticated way than byrepparttar 107908 DLG options. If so, you will need to program a number of callback procedures. Visit There you can download many free sample programs (+ their source code) to see that this can be done in a few code lines only, even for rather complex UIF-elements.

Gunter Gerdenitsch, owner of '1st Components Design' (1CD), Universal Software Components for Computer Applications without Programming (,'). 1st Components Design' is the first company specialized in universal software components that can simply be "plugged together".

How To Optimize Your Online Time Through Efficient Computer Use

Written by Shahnaz Rauf

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-The `Shift plus mouse click` opens any link in a new page. Good when you need to visit another site without exiting your present location.

-The `Alt plus left arrow` enables you to move to a previous page in a web. -The `Alt plus right arrow` enables you to move forward in a website.

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