Well, the first question I'd have is:
What kind of wizards are you talking about? What would they do? What
information would they capture?
That's sort of the key to this discussion, philosophy aside.
It is possible to do a "data driven" model where there is a canned set
of actions, and a way to configure data (in a database, or in a file)
that at runtime shows nice wizards screens, and does the right actions.
Naturally, the potential success of this appraoch is strongly tied to
the problem set.
But all of this will involve a developer initially, at least. THe
benefit would be that you could add new wizards to automate certain
combinations of common tasks, as long as those were already available
in the infrastructure (read: pre-programmed by a developer and exposed).
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org
, Jerome Ryckborst
> Our CTO asked me to find a way to develop and implement wizards for
> users without the involvement of a developer. I don't know whether
> possible without at least a little involvement from a developer.
> Any suggestions? Any miracle products out there? Anything easy to
> non-programmer GUI designers like me?