When Good is Not Enough

It's hard not to agree that Joget Workflow's look-and-feel is aesthetically pleasing, in addition to shipping great codes to the open source space. To continuously keep up with the "simplicity" design goal, we continuously examine and improve user experience by enhancing the user interfaces.

One of the recent examples, is the improvement in navigating between Form Builder, Datalist Builder and Userview Builder. This recent enhancement is committed in the latest snapshot of v3 Beta code-base, and will be available in the final release of v3.

The Problem

In v3 Beta, if we continuously edit and design the forms, data lists and userviews, chances are, we will most likely end up with a couple of tabs opened in the browser; and it could be many.



This affects the user experience, navigating between the builders and forms eventually resulted in cluttered tabs.

The Solution

Now, 3 nifty quick-navigators are placed into Form Builder, Datalist Builder and Userview Builder. Each navigator is a drop-down list of forms, data lists, and userviews, respectively.

So, instead of leaving your mouse cursor away from the current tab and open another form from the Workflow Management Console, in another new tab, we can now simply select another form from the drop-down list, and switch between builders without cluttering the tabbed browsing experience.



When good is not enough, we aim to be better!

If you can't wait to experience this improvement yourself, you can build Joget Workflow from the latest source codes.

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