DogPerl is an offline Perl/Tk widget documentation resource. It includes an adjustable interface. Since it is a reference to detailed information about Tk widgets as they can be used in Perl, the program does not do much. It is an encyclopedia for Tk within Perl. However, font color, size, face, and style can be customized easily. Page background color, border size, and paragraph spacing are also customizable. The program illustrates the use of Perl/Tk.
Salsa is a collection of Swing add-ons. It includes new widgets such as auto-complete textboxes or tree tables, new data models such as XML tree models, UI tree models, or Java Bean table models, new common dialogs such as a font chooser, new convenience methods such as center frame on screen, and much more.
Uxtobx processes user interfaces generated by the UIM/X Motif GUI Builder tool developed by Actional and converts them into an UIL file that ICS’s Builder Xcessory (BX PRO) can read and manipulate. Conversion is accomplished by giving the tool a list of files on the command line, which are read in and parsed. The resulting BX PRO UIL file is written to stdout and can be saved using standard file redirection. Any C/C++ code saved in a .i file is moved into a file called usercode.c during conversion process. After conversion, the user starts BX PRO and reads in the generated UIL file.
The Perl Oak Component Tree is a set of objects designed to provide the maximum reusability to software development. Oak can be used in any development platform, but just the Web platform is implemented. In Oak, you define an XML file to each page and you will implement just the events.