Wolfram U

Developing Graphical User Interfaces with Wolfram Language

Estimated Time: 11 h

Course Level: Intermediate


Graphical user interfaces (GUIs) are an essential design consideration for anything requiring user input. In this course, you will learn how to make interesting interactive and dynamic controls that are visually appealing. Wolfram Language offers a variety of controls and layout options as well as easy ways to deploy the interface in notebooks and also on the Wolfram Cloud. See examples of fun and serious dynamic interfaces for games, financial information and maps you can make in Wolfram Language.

Featured Products & Technologies: Wolfram Language and Wolfram Notebooks (available in Mathematica, Wolfram|One and Wolfram|Alpha Notebook Edition)

You'll Learn To

  • Develop different types of interactive interfaces
  • Use the Manipulate function to create interesting interfaces with a few lines of code
  • Work with form-type interfaces to collect and process user inputs
  • Design responsive and fast interfaces
  • Use an ab initio approach as well as HTML support in Wolfram Language
  • Display outputs dynamically
  • Deploy interfaces in notebooks, palettes and the Wolfram Cloud