Stanley offers a unique look at FRAME technology using real-life applications examples. He discusses how to pull together different elements of FRAME through extensive code examples. Included in this thorough book are a questions and answer section, a chapter on screen design, plus more on the following: screen design in GUI applications data forms and data tables, building your own objects, adding features to the build time environment, tab layout object, organizational charts, overriding methods, and using instance variables and presenting sub-classing as a simple technique. This book is tutorial in nature, designed to have users work through the examples step-by-step. Stanley describes what can go wrong with your programs and what is the best way to avoid unusual situations. Users with an understanding of FRAME will benefit significantly from this book. Stanley provides the solutions to your applications development problems!
Don Stanley returns to the BBU program four years after publishing his first book, Beyond the Obvious with SAS Screen Control Language, to share his knowledge of FRAME technology in Solutions for your GUI Applications Development. Stanley brings over 18 years of expertise in working with the SAS System to this book. He covers SAS/AF and FRAME, DATA step through SCL code submission, and SQL through SCL code submission in his friendly and informative manner, making this material easy to comprehend and enjoyable to read.