A review of "Practical Analysis & Design for Client/Server & GUI Systems" by David A. Ruble (01 Feb 1999)
The Foreword to this book by Ed Yourdon almost put me off reading it. He talks about Structured Analysis and Design and criticises the younger generation for ignoring it as out-dated and irrelevant. It would have been a pity, as I would have missed two key additions to the field of User Interface Design which sneaked into this general book on Client/Server development. The author introduces a measure of Window Cohesion, based on the measure of cohension for functional code, and also a Notation for Window Navigation - of which more later.
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