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    Best languages/software for GUI design


    Hi all. Say if someone approached you and said ĎI have designed a handheld game console that has a digital screen thatís going to be manufactured, but it needs the GUI designedí. How would you design the GUI (in what languages & using what programs) so that it could be implemented on the product?
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    Both C#/WPF and JavaFX are great. You should choose the language that you’re most familiar with.
    that would probably be the one that you'll achieve the best results with
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    For good graphics you will need to totally design your GUI. What we do is we design with Photoshop, it includes all title bar etc, later we put them in borderless form.
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    Depends on the expectations. If you want to create a GOOD QUALITY GUI, with the oily-greasy-super-responsive feeling of a native interface, then it's a compiled language, running natively on the CPU. That's basically C++ these days.
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    It depends upon expectations but i would suggest JavaFX is always best.
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    C++ is an good languale, but it's is an lot complex to understand.
    I use PureBasic, an Basic compiler thad are fast too.

    PureBasic is an easy to understand languale. But if you want steer electronics,
    you can learn an little basic of C languale. Called Arduino.

    I don't know what you want to do, but this is maby an easyer step.
    But PureBasic isn't only for beginners.

    I understand thad this basic languale are changed Since Version 4.
    Only you must puy it to get an account for all future Versions.

    But this is my idea. I use it for an great 1/2 Year.
    I am at the end of programming level 1. Just on
    programming level 1.5 I get les from an privet Teacher
    so be said.

    Jamie.
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    Sorry for my english, the last word I said can be an little bit hard,
    but I don't means it so....

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