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Author Topic: Which is the most responsive and robust GUI Development Framework?  (Read 3683 times)


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I am looking to develop some GUI and I wonder which would be the most responsive to handle the actions as move as possible. I mean to click, navigate etc as smoothly as possible.

Any idea? Web framework under Chrome? A Windows .NET or something?



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I am total happy by using RADStudio Delphi, if that is too heavy, for learning into Object Oriented Programming I also can recommend to check out FreePascal with the Lazarus IDE.
Some of my apps are here on Forum available, there you can test and try to find out if they respond for your needs fast enough.
.Net/ActiveX/Com/Ole etc I try to avoid using, those probably lag a lot compared to native controls.


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