MAID (Modular And Integrated Design) is software tool to create user interface front ends for prototyping and creating interfaces for REXX programs that is available for OS/2 and Microsoft Windows. The OS/2 version is included on "MAID Windows Professional Editor/Runtime Version 4.0 for Developers" and on "Maid V1.5 Basic Editor/Runtime"
- Repetitive tasks on a GUI - Place repetitive tasks into a GUI front end. With MAID it's a ONE-STEP task
- A Quick Simple Interface - Setup easy front-ends for complicated tasks. Make the PC easier to use and more accessible
- Personalised Front-ends - Get your PC to perform your own specific tasks using personalised front-ends, customized on the fly
- An Easy Database - Get your PC to create and use an Access Database without the need to have Access Installed
- Extract data From The Net - Automatically download internet information and extract what you need
- Simply Drawn Front-Ends that work INSTANTLY - You do not have to compile any programs
- Why not use your computer to VISUALIZE what is happening - Make development, enhancement and prototyping EASIER
- Easily create and customize your own interface - Make useful personal graphical visual front-end UTILITIES
- Process information, send email and socket i/o functions
- Activate and deactivate events for dialogs
- Dynamic entryfield style manipulation
- Dynamic resizing of dialogs
- REXX - for decades, has been widely used on a number of platforms and mainframes to PC's
- Revive your Old but USEFUL applications by giving them NEW LIFE - A complete visual front end using a few simple scripts
- Use visual REXX variables - a button, entryfield, spreadsheet (entryfield array), scrollbar, spinbutton, slider etc
- Link to variable events - when a variable changes run a specific Rexx Script
- Run REXX scripts simultaneously - Multi-Thread REXX
- Input/Output Library functions for windows - to enhance REXX Capability
- Multi-Dialog/File scripts - to keep project files in one place - MAID Dialogs and files
- Spreadsheet (entryfield array) control support - to visualise data more easily
- Library Scripts - share common library routines in libraries made up of various files containing rexx routines
- Additional Scripts - can now be placed at the end of a dialog script
- Show Event - script can now be run when dialog becomes visible
- ODBC Dataset Name - listing - creation - deletion
- Container control - support enhanced from version 1.5
- ODBC Database creation - support enhanced from version 1.5
Here it is an example program running:
- OS/2 2/0 or later (including OS/2 Warp 3.0, Warp Connect, Warp Server, OS/2 Warp 4.0 and eComStation 2.x)
Create New project
- To create a new object right click on an example and select "Create Another".
- A new dialog is created in edit mode.
- To add a button for example double click on button controls in the add dialog.
- Then double click on Add Controls "Push button" that comes up.
- Position the control element (button) and drop it.
- Double click the new element to edit the Rexx script behind it or click control event "Click" in the edit object dialog.
- Click the "Save" button to save the project.
Edit Existing Project
- To edit and existing object right click and select Edit to edit it.
- Right click the project and select "Open as -> Text Editor" to view the entire script.
MAID Version 1.5 for OS/2
MAID 4.0 Professional Editor/Runtime Full developer version Australian Price AUD$99.00 (Includes GST) Export Price AUD$90.00
MAID 4.0 Professional Runtime version - Windows only - allows running only of already developed GUI front ends Australian Price AUD$55.00 (Includes GST) Export Price AUD$50.00
MAID 1.5 Basic Editor/Runtime version - includes GUI Creating/Editing for developing/running GUI front ends Australian Price AUD$55.00 (Includes GST) Export Price AUD$50.00
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- email: firstname.lastname@example.org