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The current release of the Dabo Framework, with newlines optimized for Mac/Linux/Unix systems. Author: Leafe/McNett  Freeware 2.9MB Last updated: 2013.01.05
The current release of the Dabo Framework, with newlines optimized for Windows systems. Author: Leafe/McNett  Freeware 3.3MB Last updated: 2013.01.05
Springboard is a self-contained application for running web-based Dabo rich client applications. Author: Ed Leafe  Other Open Source License 28.5MB Last updated: 2010.02.16
This system has a simple UI form to enter employee details (Gross Salary+ various deductions); and can generate a few reports. Data is stored in SQLite database. Author: Manoharan  Freeware 43K Last updated: 2009.04.09
This is a Windows installer that allows Windows systems to run Dabo applications without having to install Python, Dabo, wxPython, or any of the other pre-requisites. This version is meant to be run from a DOS command prompt in order to display debugging output. Author: Ed Leafe  Other Open Source License 8.7 MB Last updated: 2007.11.13
This is a Windows installer that allows Windows systems to run Dabo applications without having to install Python, Dabo, wxPython, or any of the other pre-requisites. Author: Ed Leafe  Other Open Source License 8.7 MB Last updated: 2007.11.13
This tutorial shows how to create a very simple Graphical User Interface (GUI) application using the Dabo Class Designer. It creates a "Hello World" program that uses a single button and a single line of code, to open a standard message box that says hello. This may very well be the simplest possible interactive GUI application that you can create using the visual design tools in Dabo. Author: Bill Maxwell  Other Open Source License 104K Last updated: 2007.08.12
This is the modified version of pymssql.py that fixes several broken references in the original. You will still need to download and install the 0.8.0 from http://sourceforge.net/projects/pymssql; when that is installed, copy this file into your site-packages directory, overwriting the one that was installed. Author: ???. Andrzej Kuku?a and Ed Leafe  Other Open Source License 9.3K Last updated: 2006.12.28
Part Two of a two-part screencast, in which Paul demonstrates using the Dabo Report Designer to create reports. Author: Ed Leafe  Creative Commons License 7MB Last updated: 2006.10.22
This screencast shows how simple it can be to create an application that displays data from a database in a grid. Author: Ed Leafe  Creative Commons License 9MB Last updated: 2006.10.22
A rather old version of the Dabo Class Designer is featured here. While some of it is still useful, it's mostly interesting for demonstrating how far we've come since then! Author: Ed Leafe  Creative Commons License 976K Last updated: 2006.10.22
This screencast was made when the ability to add code to your interactive designs was first added to the Dabo Class Designer. Author: Ed Leafe  Creative Commons License 2MB Last updated: 2006.10.22
A rather old version of the Dabo Class Designer is featured here. While some of it is still useful, it's mostly interesting for demonstrating how far we've come since then! Author: Ed Leafe  Creative Commons License 976K Last updated: 2006.10.22
This is a behind-the-scenes look at actual Dabo development. It highlights several of the conventions used in Dabo source code. Author: Ed Leafe  Creative Commons License 13MB Last updated: 2006.10.22
Part One of a two-part screencast, in which Paul demonstrates using the Dabo Report Designer to create reports. Author: Ed Leafe  Creative Commons License 52MB Last updated: 2006.10.22
This screencast shows the power and flexibility of the Dabo Application Wizard, which can create a fully-functional app that interacts with a database, and which can be completely customized - all in about 30 seconds. Author: Ed Leafe  Creative Commons License 7MB Last updated: 2006.10.21
This is the first part of a screencast that demonstrates how to use sizers to control the layout of your UI forms. Author: Ed Leafe  Creative Commons License 4MB Last updated: 2006.10.21
This is the second part of a screencast that demonstrates how to use sizers to control the layout of your UI forms. Author: Ed Leafe  Creative Commons License 11MB Last updated: 2006.10.21
Courtesy of Andrew MacNeill, this is the first part of the Dabo screencast in WMV format. It demonstrates use of the Dabo AppWizard to generate a database application, as well as some of the ways you can customize the generated app. Released under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 2.5 license. Author: Andrew MacNeill  Creative Commons License 8MB Last updated: 2005.12.09
This is the same data that is available on the public servers for dabodev.com for MySQL and other web-based databases, but in the form of a SQLite database file. If you have SQLite and pysqlite installed and want to run the sample apps, use this file. Author: Ed Leafe  Other Open Source License 1MB Last updated: 2005.08.22
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