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nanogallery2 is looking very good on Mobile http://nanogallery2.nanostudio.org #nanogallery2 #jquery #gallery #mobile
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UX Feedback

@imani it's so nice to see you again. You are right the tagging autocomplete and composer integration would be great UX improvements for hashtags, mentions, and locations. As Nick said, we withheld implementing those, because #Bootstrap and #JQuery aren't the best option for building more complex UI behaviours. Instead we focused on building the APIs and removing Joomla. The focus of next r...
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#JQuery isn't the right tool for building application interfaces. We need a framework that provides 2 way binding. After this release, we will seriously look into #ReactJS and #AngularJS. Yes I know about the opposite nature of them.
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Anahita website is back online and using #JQuery instead of #Mootools
Alright so we are officially polishing the code so we can merge it with the master branch. There are no traces of #mootools left and everything is working with #JQuery now.
So any node that uses the editor will wrap the lines in p tags. All the content plugin regex needed to be updated to function properly with or without them. For the other nodes that use plain textarea, the newlines will be replaced with br tags while rendering. This way we will no longer need to use the p tag content plugin for all the nodes and that should give us a slight performance boost to...
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What do we want to see in Anahita 4.4

Blossoms in WestEnd

The focus of #Anahita 4.3 was to completely remove Joomla from Anahita. The focus of next release will be #MobileFirst and developing a client server architecture where all the UI layouts and elements are generated in the browser using Javascript while the server side php becomes mostly an API.

This article describes the ideal scenarios that we are aiming to achieve.

Designing for Mobile First

The...

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  • November 16 2015
We have really reached the limits of #JQuery #Anahita
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What comes after 4.1.5 release

The next major work is #MobileFirst user interfaces in Anahita which pretty much means rebuilding all the UIs and quite likely we are going to introduce new technologies such as #AngularJS and #MaterialDesign that are more suitable that generic #JQuery and #Bootstrap for an application environment. During this process we will be building native administration features in the front-end and compl...

Thanks to @NicholasJohn16 contribution. He developed a few #JQuery plugins for this release.
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Reminder that Friday to Sunday are the weekly #Anahita #Hackathon days. This week's focus will be updating the #wysiwyg editors with #JQuery and doing the finishing touches before we can merge the code for an Embryo release. Follow the Anahita Project group if you want to receive updates, help us out, or work on your own Anahita project alongside.
Implementing the user form registration and account update is taking longer than I expected mainly because we are going to use #HTML5 #Validation and #JQuery, but we've had progress.

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