[Neos] UI sketches for edit/preview
cognifloyd at gmail.com
Thu Aug 22 16:03:21 CEST 2013
aack. Let's not put the site inside a photo of an ipad or an iphone or
whatever. That suggests a certain level of fidelity that we can't provide.
Plus, there are hundreds or even thousands of devices, and I don't want to
start down the path of providing images for even some of them. That will
very quickly turn Neos into bloatware. Someone could write a plugin that
adds the photo of the device, but that plugin should probably pull the
images from a webservice somewhere. Neos installations (imo) should not
include device images.
Just because CQ5 does something does not make it a good idea.
On Thu, Aug 22, 2013 at 9:51 AM, Thomas Allmer <d4kmor at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 22.08.2013 13:01, Bastian Waidelich wrote:
>> Excuse my ignorance, but why do we need to differentiate between "edit"
>> and "preview" modes?
>> Couldn't we just reduce this to "modes"? With the "preview"-button on
>> the top right you'd always jump into fullscreen preview mode..
>> I actually think, that would reduce complexity more than avoiding
> now actually I believe I have misinterpreted some parts of the blog post...
> I thought there would be "only" edit modes. I see no benefit in showing
> something you can't edit.
> So even if you show the Page for an Iphone, or Ipad, or even as an Native
> Android App (who get's it Data via json, xml, ...) you should be able to
> see an "Frame estimate" and edit content there.
> Or if you want to show how Google will show your Webpage in a Search
> Result... this should be editable as well. No need for the editor to know
> that "intern" it just updates the meta description. All the editor wants is
> to control the text that is show in the Google Search Result.
> Here are some examples on how I would see this. And that would be
> AWESOME!!! and technically it should be "easy" as well, as we already have
> multiple "views" for real and wireframe...
> In my personal opinion all the "Preview" Button should do is just what it
> is doing now. Remove the "Neos Frame" temporarily to see only the desired
> Mode (be it, frontend, wireframe, iPhone, Google, App Data Export, ...)
> make sense?
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