FutureFrames allows programmers to design new windows with buttons, scrollers and edit fields using traditional Macintosh drawing tools and technology.
When finished designing, simply select the "Build Source" menu item and FutureFrames will generate all of the FutureBasic code needed to create your new window, without using global variables or resource files.
Save hours of development time using FutureFrames for Macintosh (PowerPC only). It Supports FutureBasic 2-3.
For more detailed information, including on later updates, please read the documentation or visit the home page.
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