Mac GUI programmer needed

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  1. macrumors newbie

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    We have a command-line application that works with Mac OS X but we would like a nice GUI to go with it. The GUI would just need to interface with this command line app. We are looking for people who can could help by creating a GUI interface to our app for us, and who can demonstrate that they can create a nice looking GUI. We need people who can demonstrate this by showing us the actual applications or screenshots they have done. We have an existing Windows application that we can pass to you for the functionality required and we can also take screens and pass them to you if this will help.

    In the first instance we want people to show us what they can do - we will then create a shortlist and pass these people a link to our site and Windows app so that you can find out what it is we are looking to have created and we will expect some pricing from this point

    Feel free to ask any questions though

    All the best

    Thanks

    Ade
     
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    Daveway

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    Every Mac comes with an interface creator that is very easy to use. Have you tried it?
     
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    sorryiwasdreami

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    It does? What is the app called? Are you talking about coaca programming?
     
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    grapes911

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    Install the Dev Tools from the 3rd CD and its called Interface Builder.
     
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    sorryiwasdreami

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    I'm pretty good at creating "wrappers" for command line programs, if you want to discuss further, let me know, I'd be glad to help.

    N.B. If I'm not online, you can email me by clicking through to my profile
     
  7. thread starter macrumors newbie

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    sorry for the delay in responding. I'll have a look at that app and get back to you. Appreciate the posts
     

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