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Symbolic Interface Construction

Mathematica redefines user interface programming--making it realistic for non-experts to create highly sophisticated and customized interfaces. By integrating interface elements into its unique symbolic language framework, Mathematica allows arbitrary interfaces to be represented directly in terms of high-level symbolic controls that can immediately be connected to arbitrary dynamic computations--and laid out using Mathematica's rich tabular, document, and graphical capabilities.

Treat Controls as Symbolic Data Programmatically Create Arbitrary Patterns of Controls Immediately Implement Standard Controls
Treat Controls as Symbolic Data Programmatically Create Arbitrary Patterns of Controls Immediately Implement Standard Controls
Arrange Controls Using Typesetting Constructs Programmatically Create Any Arrangement of Controls Use Graphics Anywhere in Controls
Arrange Controls Using Typesetting Constructs Programmatically Create Any Arrangement of Controls Use Graphics Anywhere in Controls
Programmatically Create Arbitrary Interface Structures Spread Interface Elements across a Document Create Locator-Based Interfaces
Programmatically Create Arbitrary Interface Structures Spread Interface Elements across a Document Create Locator-Based Interfaces
Construct Arbitrarily Sophisticated Palettes Create Familiar Dialog Box Structures Easily Create Full Professional Interfaces
Construct Arbitrarily Sophisticated Palettes Create Familiar Dialog Box Structures Easily Create Full Professional Interfaces
Implement Arbitrary User Interface Concepts Experiment with New Forms of Controls
Implement Arbitrary User Interface Concepts Experiment with New Forms of Controls


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