RAD ( Rapid Application Development)

Hi all ! is there a tool like a Glade, Delphi, Qt3 Design to work with
Ruby ?
thanks !

Try Eclipse.

However, are you looking for a GUI designer as well?

  • Mark

Mark A. Richman wrote:

Try Eclipse.

However, are you looking for a GUI designer as well?

  • Mark

Yeah, GUI designer ! I will try Eclipse !
thanks a lot

sender: “Luiz M.” date: “Fri, Sep 22, 2006 at 08:15:02PM +0900” <<<EOQ
Mark A. Richman wrote:
Try Eclipse.

However, are you looking for a GUI designer as well?

  • Mark

Yeah, GUI designer ! I will try Eclipse !
thanks a lot
You can try Komodo then. Has a very nice GUI designer for Tk fully
integrated with Ruby. It looks just like Delphi, and just like Delphi
it costs money too :slight_smile: But it’s still very nice.

Cheers,
Alex

On Fri, Sep 22, 2006 at 08:04:29PM +0900, Luiz M. wrote:

Hi all ! is there a tool like a Glade, Delphi, Qt3 Design to work with
Ruby ?
thanks !
Yes, for example, Glade :wink: (Gotta love XML UI descriptions)

Luiz M. wrote:

Hi all ! is there a tool like a Glade, Delphi, Qt3 Design to work with
Ruby ?
thanks !

On Linux, try KDevelop, Korundum, Kommander and QTRuby. All of them can
do what QT Designer can do. You’ll pretty much be installing all of the
KDE desktop to get that, so you get a desktop for free. :slight_smile:

I don’t know about Macs if you need portability. Windows will be there
when most of this magic works with QT4, but till then, if you need
Windows, you’ll need to pick some other tool chain.

Luiz M. wrote:

Mark A. Richman wrote:

Try Eclipse.

However, are you looking for a GUI designer as well?

  • Mark

Yeah, GUI designer ! I will try Eclipse !
thanks a lot

I believe rubygtk can use Glade’s output directly, but it’s still on my
list of things to try out so I can’t show you code, unfortunately…
Something to look into, anyway.

Hi,

I believe rubygtk can use Glade’s output directly, but it’s still on my
list of things to try out so I can’t show you code, unfortunately…
Something to look into, anyway.

Yes you can.
@glade = GladeXML.new(‘path/to/gladefile’) { |handler| method(handler)
}

-Mitchell;

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