Thursday, October 22, 2009


Clickframes is a way of defining a basic web application in xml and having a set of page specifications built for you from that xml document.

The theory is sound but it's not really prototyping as I'd see it. It seems more like a way to have people who think in xml write the spec and then translate it into a format that people who don't think in xml can understand.

1 comment:

vineet said...

Hi, I am the lead developer of Clickframes. Clickframes is a web application modeling tool. Once you have written the model in XML, you can then rapidly develop a prototype by using one the many Clickframes plugins.

One of the plugins (called "clips") generates an static HTML interactive preview of the website, other plugins generate PHP or Java applications.