Methods, systems, and computer program products for binding attributes between visual components

  • US 9,823,838 B2
  • Filed: 07/14/2014
  • Issued: 11/21/2017
  • Est. Priority Date: 11/30/2010
  • Status: Active Grant
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1. An apparatus, comprising:

  • at least one processor;

    an input device operatively coupled to the at least one processor;

    a screen operatively coupled to the at least one processor; and

    memory operatively coupled to the at least one processor;

    said memory operatively coupled to the at least one processor configured to store a first application, a second application, and a third application;

    said input device operatively coupled to the at least one processor configured to detect, utilizing the at least one processor, a first user input;

    said screen operatively coupled to the at least one processor configured to present, utilizing the at least one processor, an application window representation group including a plurality of application window representations including a second application window representation associated with the second application and a third application window representation associated with the third application;

    said screen operatively coupled to the at least one processor configured to, in response to the first user input, present, utilizing the at least one processor, a first window for presenting first data associated with the first application;

    said input device operatively coupled to the at least one processor configured to detect, utilizing the at least one processor, a second user input;

    said screen operatively coupled to the at least one processor configured to, in response to the second user input, present, utilizing the at least one processor, a second window for presenting second data associated with the second application where a first size of the first window is sized to fit a second size of the second window on the screen, such that a first border of the first window corresponds to a second border of the second window;

    said input device operatively coupled to the at least one processor configured to detect, utilizing the at least one processor, a third user input;

    said screen operatively coupled to the at least one processor configured to, in response to the third user input, change, utilizing the at least one processor, the presentation of the first window and the second window, such that the first border of the first window remains visible in correspondence based on the second border of the second window.

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