Where can I see the classification of GUI Elements?


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Develop the graphical interface. Looked through many sources, but never found the normal classification of the elements (I mean the same buttons, links, DataGrid, etc.). There were some from the W3C, but they affect HTML elements. You can look in the same VS, but there is, in my opinion, a purely formal classification.
Maybe you know some sources where you can see the official classification (e.g., functional, behavior, complexity)?
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Books on usability (the Ruskin) a classification of elementary actions.
The classification of GUI elements (if I understand you correctly) are generally vendor-specific. For example, a reference to the form of someone called a link, and someone button. Such organizations as the w3c, for desktop there is, therefore, classification might not be official: everyone calls as he wants.
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Start with a library of patterns:
\rdeveloper.yahoo.com/ypatterns/about/libraries.html
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There is a highly generalized classification of UI elements for example mobile applications or sites:
\rmobile-patterns.com/
\rinspired-ui.com/
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Can The Apple Human Interface Guidelines?
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