Tuesday, August 23, 2005

Writing customized UI's using Morphic

Had a little bit time this evening. Not enough to do anything serious with Smalltalk - but enough to answer a question on the Squeak mailing list by writing a simplified "Handy Simulator". It's only behavior is to switch the screen on and off by using the power button.

It's a nice example of using morphic to build a customized user interface. The package is registered on SqueakSource and can directly be loaded into squeak using the SqueakMap package browser.

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