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UI stands for User Interface and UX for User Experience. While there are key differences between the two, both concern the design of how humans interact with computer systems and software.

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I am playing with a puzzle program where certain puzzle pieces will have information to share, and those are the ones with a "dog-ear" on the upper corner.

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Those with a dog-ear will respond differently to user interaction and each will have images, videos and/or help text, explaining what's so special about the selected  puzzle piece. There could also be a left-click or a right-click which opens an enlarged version of a given puzzle piece, so the user can get a close-up.

I need some ideas about how to present this information to the user. I am not sure what types of click or clicks would be used to bring up what probably would be a menu of options.


Suggestions?
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how to create a user interface thread in mfc and UI thread will display  the  four times the dialog box should open.
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Hey all,

I have an application that is being used for many clients. However, I've been asked to consolidate to a single code base. The application is also in need of a nice face lift to become more aesthetically pleasing as well as to increase the over all UI/UX. I've never event attempted something like this before so my question is: Would it best to develop/re-develop in C#/MVC or WebForms or modify the current VB.NET application to utilize new features etc.? All of the clients have a similar type of service, however, there are some drastic differences to features, the display of information etc. That being said, I'm not too sure of how cost effective it would be to attempt to consolidate into a single code base vs redeveloping the application utilizing as much code as possible with translation into C#.
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hi,
when i type some message to a friends  click send in watsup making sound. How to mute that sound while sending watsup messages. while receiving messages i do not hear sounds.

setting notification watsup has little circle which i can move to left and right
is left is mute or right is mute
i see 3 , 4 options there.

i tried all but still sound comes when sending messages. how to mute
please advise
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HI experts,
could you suggest few products which can create stunning colorful and appealing UI design for Web and possible for IPad and Mobile.
 Which can read json msg and render UI.

Please advise

Similiar to below
https://www.awwwards.com/creative-ui-design-examples-for-great-ux.html

https://www.behance.net/gallery/4146415/MINIMETEO-for-iPad

https://dribbble.com/shots/606745-In-app-Visual-Data
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I just wanted to know precisely What is the difference between Gray box testing, black box testing and white box testing?
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Simple question. Can I code in XML a custom spinner control (up/down) as seen in the following Office Apps:

Excel Tab : Page Layout / Group : Scale to Fit / Control : Scale
Word Tab : Layout / Group : Paragraph / Control : Left
PowerPoint Tab : Transitions / Group : Timing / Control : Duration

I've seen plenty of unsightly workarounds with box elements but is this native control available to XML developers?
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Geo-targeting is the practice of distributing content based on a person’s location, as best as you can determine it. Let’s look at some ways you could successfully use this tactic. The following tips and case studies could lead to meaningful results.
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I just wanted to know What is the Meaning of latency in performance testing?
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I am a .NET Full Stack developer with UI experience, but little on Angular.

What's the best version to learn?

I want to learn that to maximize my value in the job market.

Thanks.
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Hi,

I have searched for good articles/tutorials/videos on using managed bindings with Delphi but other than this video: Introduction to MVVM - The Delphi Way https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k64Skcn3d6E and this blog post: Using LiveBindings to Connect the UI to Objects https://www.adug.org.au/technical/vcl/using-livebindings-to-connect-the-ui-to-objects/ I haven't found much on using code based bindings with Delphi.

I would love to study the framework used for the BindingDemo in the video as a guide in creating/extending such a framework.

My idea is instead of using the live bindings designer in the IDE I would prefer the bindings to be explicitly specified in code:
FViewModel.bind(edtName, 'edtName.Text', 'Name'); // Bind to Properties
FViewModel.bind(edtEmail, 'edtEmail.Text', 'Email');
..
FViewModel.bind(btnSave, 'btnSave.Enabled', 'CanSave'); // Bind to Methods - through property

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I am aware there are several more robust MVVM and ORM frameworks (mostly using attributes, not explicit binding) but a guide, tutorial or demo of creating a simple MVVM framework would be better for me to deepen my understanding of live bindings, generics and using Delphi's RTTI system.

I need a hold my hand example or any useful information on using managed bindings with Delphi.

Here is an extract from the screenshots of the video (with my ideas/queries) to get an overview of the code structure. (The author of the video indicated he would publish the source code but I have not found it)

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Any idea where the location of wechat document is stored in Android ?

Thx
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This article intends to explain why UX (User Experience) sessions between UX teams, product managers and engineering teams don't end up with any value to the product despite everyone's best intentions.
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I love the notion that my REST web service could deliver a complete UI to the client, which that the client could then display complete functionality inside a window, on their own site. What's kind of client/server relationship is this?

Is this what Code-On-Demand does?

Does it return HTML/JavaScript/CSS?

What kind of control is needed on the client to receive this? An iframe?

What kind of problems might there be with this kind of interaction?
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Hi experts,

I'm using the telerik kendo ui for jquery timepicker

Example
http://demos.telerik.com/kendo-ui/timepicker/api

Reference
http://docs.telerik.com/kendo-ui/api/javascript/ui/timepicker

On this example at the link above

If i select a time from the time picker the display on the time picker displays in this format: 1:00PM

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Then when i press the GET VALUE button, in the alert window the value for my selected time displays like this:

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So when I select 1:00 PM from the timepicker the alert window shows it in this format:

Wed Aug 30 2017 13:00:00 GMT-0700 (Pacific Standard Time)

How do i format the timepicker so when I select 1:00 PM from the timepicker the alert window shows it in this format?:

08/30/2017 1:00 PM
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Hi, My phone is on android 6.0. The notifications sounds have stopped, although it does ring when someone phones. All the sounds I can find (media, alarm, phone ring) are turned up.

Any thoughts? Thanks, we're pretty much newbies.
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My problem is with an app that has been written for me, running on a Samsung Tab A, where I cannot get the soft keyboard to pop up anywhere in the app.  A bluetooth barcode scanner is paired, and I also have the Android setting turned on that says "Show on-screen keyboard".   And if I go into the "Memo" app that came with the tablet--similar to WordPad--I can scan barcodes into it, or I can touch the screen and the soft keyboard pops up.  Same with Chrome...if I touch the bar where you key in the URL, it pops up the keyboard like it's supposed to--and I suppose I could scan data into that same line.

But in this app written for me, I can scan in data with no problem, but I can't get the soft keyboard to pop up.   The developer  blames it all on me, insisting there is nothing he can do.  He keeps saying that there is nothing in his code that would suppress the soft keyboard.  But he won't tell me whether there is anything that will "activate" the keyboard.

I'm not at all familiar with this C# code written for a Xamarin environment.  But one thing I'm wondering is this: On an Android device, if you touch a textbox, is the soft keyboard supposed to pop up by default--or do you have to include code to tell it to do so?  I'm wondering if maybe he is missing some code that will tell the program to pop up the keyboard.

I do understand that the Settings need to be set up right, as outlined above, but they are--as evidenced by programs such as Chrome and that Memo app allowing…
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See above. My Outlook calendar - on my Android phone - using the 3 day view shows up as 8/24 instead of 24/8....I had changed the settings in the Office 365 admin to show up as dd/mm but doesn't seem to transfer across.....
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moto 4g plus android makes noise while taking photo. how to mute while taking photo. please advise
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Used jquery ui sortable function for the first time this week. It was really easy to create a drag and drop list and serializing the order to save in a database was really easy. Not sure why I hadn't tried to use it before.
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How to print user interface the designer page
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Curious about the new outlook.com beta? Here's how to access it.

Just from the screenshot and information provided in the article, it seems like even Microsoft is being influenced by Slack and other communication tools that include GIFs and other fun elements a part of their user experience.
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by:Rob Jurd (eenookami)
I've recently made the switch to inbox (by Google) that I believe has a much closer to outlook interface than gmail, which is why I like it.
There's the action buttons on each message, reminders, archiving etc. Also runs in its own window, which can also be pinned to the taskbar.
Gmail has none of this (other than be pinned/run as own window)
If it wasn't for Inbox, I'd probably go back to outlook.
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I have been using inbox on my gmail account for my android phone and outlook for my desktop.  

I do like some of the less cluttered look of inbox but you can't do everything in inbox as you can with gmail.  So now in typical Google fashion, they have 2 products where one is the shiny new thing that is missing features.  At some point, one of of these things is going to go or not get much love.  

Google Voice took the back seat to Hangouts, now hangouts has changed and Voice has been updated.  Talk was completely merged to hangouts.  Making a call from gmail used to be via talk which turned into voice, but now making a call from gmail is via hangouts.

Have you ever spent time developing with google products/api's?  Have fun because they tend to sunset and change things quickly.
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Hello all, hoping someone can point me to the right program.

Our company is wanting to get a staff attendance sign in / out register. It really doesn't need to be over complicated or offer any other services, simply, staff turns up to work, punches in, staff leaves punches out.

We currently use an excel file for this, to begin with it was ideal, but as our company grows we need a little bit more.
I have searched for past 2 weeks straight trying to find the right program, all the ones i have found so far are way more advanced than what we need and price is way out of budget, or they are for 1 staff member only, that clocks in and out,
need to be able to add names, staff click on there name, signs themselves in or out.
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UI stands for User Interface and UX for User Experience. While there are key differences between the two, both concern the design of how humans interact with computer systems and software.