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    Default Gui Design patterns. Who here is actually reading up on this?

    Gui Design patterns. Who here is actually reading up on this?


    Much of what I'm doing with Ext all resides around GUI design patterns. Who here actually reads up on GUI design patterns before || while they are developing for a project?

    I like this book from o'reilly (well i love just about all of the ones i own for that matter).
    http://designinginterfaces.com/About_the_Book

    From Yahoo (web based of course)
    http://developer.yahoo.com/ypatterns/atoz.php

    Any contributions to this thread would be great. Also, if the community wants, I'll do a wiki write up for the content in this thread.

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    I used to work a lot with the Swing-Framework. Their use of Design Patterns is top notch, think I haven't learned so much from existing software components ever again.

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    Well I sorta started documenting the general business U.I patterns -- my first blog about it can be read here, http://mores.blogspot.com/2008/0...on-dialog.html.

    This is an interesting topic indeed, but instead of a general U.I pattern I would prefer business case U.I patterns where can learn from.

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    I like this site:

    http://ui-patterns.com/

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