[Ux] Infusion Fluid UI Options for Cloud4All
yura.zenevich at gmail.com
Tue Feb 12 12:10:30 EST 2013
Another thing I forgot to mention is that there is an ongoing UIOptions hacking happening from the PCP side already. Anastasia (a fluid community member) and Stoyan (Astea) are working together trying to implement a PCP using existing GPII components as well as the UIOptions component. Most of the conversations between them happen either on the architecture list:
or in the IRC. You can also see their progress on Github:
Hope that helps,
On 2013-02-12, at 11:10 AM, "Zenevich, Yura" <yzenevich at ocadu.ca> wrote:
> Thanks Kasper for providing the links.
> Chris, you are correct at pointing out that the default set of features is currently set to be within those categories. It is possible to extend UI Options to support other user preferences that you mentioned and you can see the example here: https://github.com/fluid-project/videoPlayer/tree/master/demos (it's also deployed here: http://build.fluidproject.org/videoPlayer/videoPlayer/demos/Mammals.html). This repo has an example of UIOptions integrated with a video player which means the UIOptions component supports some of the non-default preferences related to media.
> We are currently working on simplifying the whole process of configuring and extending the UI Options component as it is not a straightforward process at the moment. We are planning on simplifying the way specific user preferences are combined into UI Options panels. Essentially our goal is to make UI Options support a whole variety of user preferences that might be present in PCP and PMT.
> I suggest, you take a look at our Get Involved page on the wiki http://fluidproject.org/getinvolved/ as it would be extremely beneficial to have you involved throughout the work that we are doing on UI Options. Also, as Kasper mentioned, we are always available in the #fluid-work and #fluid-tech IRC channels and can help you out with any questions you might have.
> On 2013-02-12, at 10:30 AM, Michelle D'Souza <michelled33 at gmail.com>
>> Begin forwarded message:
>>> From: Kasper Galschiot Markus <kasper at raisingthefloor.org>
>>> Subject: Re: [Ux] Infusion Fluid UI Options for Cloud4All
>>> Date: 12 February, 2013 7:48:34 AM EST
>>> To: ux at lists.gpii.net
>>> Hi Chris,
>>> I'll defer to someone from the IDRC to properly answer your questions, but just my 2 cents:
>>> I'm sure that the UI Options components were built in a way that they're (relatively) easily extendable.. The documentation related to UI Options is located on the wiki of the Fluid project (http://wiki.fluidproject.org) -- See for example: (http://wiki.fluidproject.org/dosearchsite.action?spaceSearch=false&queryString=UI+Options)
>>> I know that they're currently rearranging the documentation on the wiki, so some might be hard to find or even non-existent... for pointers to documentation and quick answers, you can use the IRC channel: #fluid-work and #fluid-tech <http://wiki.fluidproject.org/display/fluid/IRC+Channel> .. they're always very helpful and most of them know what Cloud4ALL is..
>>>> However, at the discussions that took place during out telcos and at the first draft mockups of the PMT that have been drawn, a handful of additional parametrisation settings, that are not supported out-of-the-box by UI Options, have been introduced, such as,
>>>> always underline links
>>>> always bold links
>>>> focus styling
>>>> audio feedback
>>>> So, the question is: Is there an "easy" way to extend UI Options in order to provide support for the additional User Settings? Is there any supportive material for the extension of the UI Options component (perhaps a Developer's Cookbook or a tutorial on how to create a new parametrisation option)?
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