The new Recipes section on CanJS.com now has three new guides: Playlist Editor, TodoMVC with StealJS, and Weather Report Guide (Advanced)!
Lots of notable releases, community projects, and technical content were released in the DoneJS community last month! This post outlines some of the highlights from April 2017.
Think of the app on your phone that you love using: the one that just makes sense when you use it, the one that feels like it was built with you in mind. This is good UX or User Experience. Good UX makes an application sticky; it invites new users and retains active users. UX is the process of designing an application (or product) that is intuitive for people to use by considering how they will use it. Intuitive interactions are important for every project simply because people like things that are ‘easy to use’. However, creating a product that is easy to use takes lot of time, expertise, and iterations.
Today we’re super excited to announce DoneJS 1.0, the complete and integrated solution to building high-performance, real-time web, mobile, and desktop applications. DoneJS covers every client-side feature you need to get a production-worthy application off the ground, whether you’re building a web application, a mobile app with Cordova, or a desktop app with Electron or NW.js.
Web applications have increasingly turned to real-time data to provide more dynamic and useful features - for example chat, collaborative editing, and real-time analytics. This trend is evident in the .NET world. While .NET is great, real-time .NET is even better.
There is nothing more rewarding than watching people use your app and seeing how they interact with it. User testing is a lot like making dinner for someone; you choose a recipe, ingredients, and invest time making a meal you hope your guests will like. Then you sit down with them and talk about what is good about the meal, what could be improved, and if you’d make it again. At Bitovi, we put a lot of value on testing our designs (and our assumptions!) to be sure we’re building the right thing for our clients and our clients' customers.
Lots of notable releases, community projects, and technical content were released in the DoneJS community last month! This post outlines some of the highlights from March 2017.
CanJS has everything you need to build a web app’s front-end: components, templating, models, and more. We also publish all of the modules that provide the infrastructure for the higher-level APIs, including a utility library called can-util.
The new Recipes section on CanJS.com now has a new guide: Weather Report!
We’ve added a new Recipes section to CanJS.com with example widgets that are useful starting points for learning more about CanJS.The first set of recipes is a file system navigator that Justin Meyer presented at DoneJS Chicago last month.