Category Archives: User Experience

React and Angular do not fit everywhere

Last few years have been fascinating with several front-end frameworks coming up. I am not going to compare them; neither am I going to talk about The Good or The Bad on them. The buzz words, the new technologies are so shiny that almost everyone I speak to today wants to work on the new stuff. And they also tend to believe that you can solve everything by just writing a front-end application, make some API calls and it’s done. The focus of this post will be that React, or Angular or Vue.js or anything similar is not one size fit all frameworks and Servers Side Code still has a place in this world.

The false security of Notifications

it’s like jumping into my car and every time i see the dashboard every light in there is brightly lighted up – to the point that one day i stop caring. eventually, someday something will fail – i just hope it’s not the day when I am driving to someplace in an emergency.

Most of our Notifications and alerting strategy is more than a brightly lit Dashboard. We cant any more tell what’s gonna fail when.

It’s a false hope we live with.

Internet Filter Bubble

I have been a part of a project/product where we did have similar discussions and ensuring that people are getting information relevant to them. The filter bubble that Eli Pariser mentions in his talk is exactly what we did try to build in our product and are even trying to do so today. We pick up programs that people have selected and we then pass on content based on the selections.

Flex is easy to start with

I asked my nephew to use Flex instead of JSP for his college project, and here is what he has to say after a few hours of work in Flex. woow nw im enjoying using flex… making use of containers, Accordion, TabNavigator… many more stuff, displaying things in alertboxes having nice fonts… so many options…