Screenshots

  • 11-Jan-2014: tekUI development has picked up some pace recently. The editor is still very limited, but about 100 times faster and more stable, and already sufficient for some basic development.
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  • 11-Jan-2014: Gradient support. The second example is combined with the desktop stylesheet, by invoking it with the environment variable THEME="desktop gradient"
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  • 21-Aug-2009: We have been very busy in the past few months. Recent development targets the multiline text widget and resizeable list columns, which are the last major items on the list for a beta release. I am currently taking a detour in writing a rudimentary, but usable text editor (with decelerating smooth scrolling in all directions, which is something I always wished to have in an editor).
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  • 05-May-2009: Screenshot taken during a working session for ubiquitous texture support.
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  • 01-May-2009: A TSP approximation and visualization in a custom class; note that the GUI remains reactive despite the massive computational load
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  • 24-Apr-2009: The new graph class
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  • 19-Apr-2009: Lua compiler and module linker
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  • 16-Mar-2009: People are always clicking on Screenshots first -- and we're no different. So here's a large recent screenshot of tekUI's main demo. (Click to enlarge.)
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  • 04-Sep-2008: The new localization feature in effect; it's designed to be not mandatory, nonintrusive and using Lua-ish programming techniques:
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  • 14-Aug-2008: The new style property management in full effect; preview of the new default style.
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  • 01-Aug-2008: Cascading stylesheet (CSS) support in the works. Left: the hardwired defaults, right: a different style.
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  • 12-June-2008: The emerging file chooser (and directory list component). We're aiming for complete and intuitive keyboard control - nobody seems to get things right in this regard.
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  • 05-June-2008: Another monochrome mockup for a planned System on Chip (SoC) application
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  • 22-May-2008: Full keyboard shortcut support, demonstrated in cascading Popup items
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  • 22-May-2008: Finally: The multi-column, multi-selection lister, including smooth scrolling and a cursor. That was a pile of work.
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  • 08-May-2008: This is the default color scheme. Menus and popups are fully functional, but still lack keyboard control.
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  • 06-May-2008: This will later become the main demonstration program. The items to the left are inside a ScrollGroup container and the list can be expanded infinitely.
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  • 06-May-2008: This millennium's standard GUI toolkit test program, in German.
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  • 06-May-2008: Note the many layouting options. The handles in the balancing group can be dragged with the mouse.
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