GUI Release: Radium (build 0)
(Months ago now) I recieved an e-mail from long time community member Pharoah:
I happened to visit the GUI blog today, and noticed you’re reviewing some un-finished GUIs. I thought I’d attach a zip of the Radium GUI creator project I’d started a few years ago. The code got so large that I couldn’t make it compile, although it runs in the QB45 IDE. Because it was so unwieldy, I gave up on it before writing the code generation part, but I’d say the UI is pretty decent and performs very well, even at low speeds.
When I opened QBASIC 4.5, I wasn’t quite ready for what I saw, a complete GUI development environment with all the major objects and an easy to use IDE that allowed for dynamic renaming, resizing, and moving.
Tonight I finally remembered that I had it and decided to get a screenshot and try to compile one last time, and to my surprise it compiled. So, in the download there is a compiled copy to make it easier to test as well as the original code as provided by Pharoah. BTW: This means that it’s elgible for GUI Awards ’13. Download Radium