WireframeSketcher

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WireframeSketcher
Developer(s) Petru Severin
Initial release 2008
Development status Active
Operating system Windows, Mac, Linux
Platform Eclipse (software)
Type Software Prototyping
Website http://wireframesketcher.com

WireframeSketcher is a wireframing tool developed by Peter Severin and first released in November 2008.[1] WireframeSketcher software is a member of Eclipse Foundation.[2][3] It is used for creating wireframes, mockups and prototypes for desktop, web and mobile applications. It allows the designer to create screens by arranging pre-built widgets using a drag-and-drop WYSIWYG editor and then organize screens into interactive storyboards.[4] The application is offered in a desktop version as well as a plug-in for any Eclipse IDE such as Flash Builder, ColdFusion Builder, Aptana, MyEclipse and Zend Studio. WireframeSketcher is a general purpose tool, but it also provides specialized widget libraries for Android,[5] iOS and Windows Phone.

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  • WireframeSketcher was a finalist in the Best RCP Application category at EclipseCon 2011.[6]
  • WireframeSketcher was a finalist in the Best Developer Tool category at EclipseCon 2013.[7][8]

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